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The London "Times" on Bull Run — Russell, &c.
We publish to day the long expected letter on the far famed correspondent of the London Times. Mr. W. H. Russell, on the Bull Run , of which he mayMr. W. H. Russell, on the Bull Run , of which he may say:
--" lone miserima , pain m g a "
We think our readers will agree with us is considering it a wretched failure, wanting alike in graphic detail, animated narrative, and every incideied on the field of battle.
The article of the London Times is founded upon this letter of Russell's, and is eminently characteristic.
It persists in making no distinction between the Southern ed by the valiant writers of the Times, themselves the most valiant of men, on the authority of Russell, who himself tells us that he outstripped the whole field of fugitives from Manassas, and was i died of their wounds, while the wounded and prisoners amounted to four times that number.
Russell seems to have taken his cue from the Yankees themselves.
He dilates upon the alarm among the w