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English Newspaper correspondence --The New Orleans Delta republishes the letter from Richmond of the special correspondent of the London Herald, and introduces it with the remark that "his communication is a decided improvement upon the superficial, prejudicial and mendacious Russell, of the Times"
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llets. During several hours of the fight he was in company with Dr. Russell, who was mounted on a fine horse, and who explained to him some of the movements as they progressed. Russell rode up to the flanks of the various divisions engaged, and saw the distance they were aparf the firing, which was decidedly in favor of the Union troops. Dr. Russell seems to have anticipated some disaster in the rear, from a casuperior numbers, but they lacked steadiness in falling back. Dr. Russell saw the rebel cavalry as they emerged from the woods, and remark a thousand, and Capt. Dolliver himself says that he thinks that Dr. Russell was about right in his estimate. A very small force of even inse destructive than their swords. Capt. Dolliver remarked to Dr. Russell that he thought the troops from the front as they came up would look out to make good our own retreat." Capt. Dolliver and Dr. Russell retreated in company until all danger from the victorious rebels