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ering the slow-coach (the County Court, I mean.) we have had to contend with, King William has done well " I do not notice this letter to commend the elegant phraseology with which it abounds, but simply to say that its statements in reference to the County Court are incorrect. The members were regularly summoned according to law, to make an appropriation for contingent war purposes, and were not at all amazed when the subject was brought before them. Owing to the liberality of Geo. Taylor, and to the smaller donations of many of our citizens, every company has been promptly uniformed, equipped, and even presented with flags. Private charity and Church subscriptions have relieved every case of want, and the public interest has not suffered from the action of the County Court. On the contrary, some of our best citizens thought the amount larger than necessary, and the appropriation comes in full time to relieve every privation dependent upon the absence of our volunteers.-
mp equipage, army chests, clothing, etc., one hundred muskets, knapsacks, large quantities of ammunition, etc. They retreated up the Horseshoe, but it is expected that Gen. Hill will meet and still further rout them near West Union. Gen. Morris was to return to-day, by way of St. George, to Laurel Hill. Gen. Garnett's body will be embalmed and forwarded to his friends. He was formerly a Major in the Federal army, and was prevailed for gallant conduct at Buena Vista, under General Taylor. He was not a member of Congress, as incorrectly stated. From Washington Washington, July 15. --Not a few persons here are industriously endeavoring to obtain the Cabinet information concerning the action of the Committee on Ways and Means relative to the Tariff bill now under is consideration, their object being to use such intelligence as they may obtain on that subject for speculating purposes. The President has approved a bill further to provide for the colle
ops on the Virginia side of the Potomac on yesterday. Later.--Gen. McDowell left this city at half-past 3 o'clock to-day to go some where. The advance Federal guard was at Hunting Creek to-day, ten miles from Washington. [Second Dispatch.] Washington, July 17.--The advance guard of the Federal troops reached Fairfax Court-House at noon to-day. The Confederate pickets retired an hour before, and fell back on Centreville, where they will probably make a stand. Later.--Taylor's division moved early on Wednesday, and the Southerners fell back towards Centreville. Still Later.--Gen. McDowell and staff arrived at 4 P. M. His divisions will move towards Manassas Junction on to-morrow, Thursday. [Third Dispatch] Louisville, July 17 --Intelligence has been received here from Bunkerville, which announces that Gen. Patterson commenced his movement against Winchester on Tuesday, and it was believed that his forces will reach there some time on Tuesday ni