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ey were endeavoring to continue their retreat from Berkeley further down the river, and others suggesting that among the water craft. The width of the river at Berkeley is too great to enable observers on this side to dTuesday afternoon and night passed up the river to Berkeley and Westover, where'd presume the right wing of theast 15,000 men. The wagons and tents at and about Berkeley cover the fields as far as the eye can reach. ese men say, that McClellan has been reinforced at Berkeley, and that the transports seen there brought troopsey. Persons who went down to a point opposite Berkeley, Saturday, and returned on the evening of that daytover, and that he still has an effective force at Berkeley, is in a strong position, and anxious to fight. H last evening from the section of country opposite Berkeley, report hundreds of vessels in the river in that vknown that the retreating army have made a half at Berkeley, where, flanked by Herring Creek, Berkeley Mill Po