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dead from his horse by the explosion of a shell. Having put the forces of McDowell and Siegel in rapid motion for the field of action, Gen. Pope, with his staff, accompanied by Gen. McDowell and his staff, immediately proceeded together from their headquarters to the front. As they passed Ricketts's division, and the head oard with signal eagerness for the fray. At 7 o'clock P. M. Gens. Pope and McDowell reached the thickest of the fight, and the advance guard of Ricketts's coming wounded. By a cavalry charge, after midnight of the enemy. Generals Pope and McDowell, and their respective staffs, were within an inch of being killed or ridden doupon their arena in the positions in the close of the battle , General Pope, McDowell and their staffs being engaged until daybreak in getting into the positions ank us on both sides. General Pope immediately dispatched Tower's division of McDowell's corps to follow, watch, and confront them on the right, and a division of St
s. Creighton, for trespassing on Peter Saunders's coal yard, security required — Spotswood, slave of Dickinson & Pettians, ordered 25 inches for the same offence.--Edgar Harman, for forging the names of N. M. & S. W. Harman to sundry checks, accounting it, all to $100 on the Back of Virginia. Remanded for --Wm. Rows, for shooting Pat Mackin in the street. Remanded. Jacob , for huckstering, fined $5, and purchases forfeited — M. G. Mart, for huckstering, fined $5--Jeff Dominick, $5 ditto. --Alex. Payronet, ditto, $5,--The use S. Cooper and Jas. Harrison, for stealing $20 in money and a silver watch from John Roberts, valued at $, Cooper was discharged, and Harrison's case continued.--Jas. McDowell charged with in the 2d Market. Goods confiscated. Police Arrests.--The civil police yesterday arrested George five packages of cotton belonging to the Confederate states, $30, James Mitchell, for entering the house of Cornelius Dotchee with violence, and pitching his out of