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all times, are now hardly able to subsist themselves. But I am confident no movement of this kind is intended. General Schoepff's brigade has been moved South, five miles from Somerset, to the river, and General Thomas has now possession of this only fought our army, and that the guide and spy who led the Generals was a traitor. Captain Spiller was twice in General Schoepff's camp. He says that Zollicoffer used every means in his power to obtain a supply of provisions sufficient for a four days march, intending to attack Schoepff in his camp. No such supply could be obtained. Neither Captains Spiller nor Ewing made any inquiry as to the sick or wounded. Aspect of the country. Monticello, lately occupied by the Confederatehat all their provisions were in their haver-sacks when they marched. He thinks if we had had a general in the place of Schoepff at Somerset, that their whole force could have been captured. Federal account of the last skirmish at Occoquan.