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ay morning for Sandy Hook, and proceeded thither for the purpose of visiting the whole line of the Potomic defences. There was some curiousity in camp to catch a glimpse of his "form and features," but his presence was not regarded as that of an extraordinary personage. Remarks not delicately complimentary were uttered by some of the soldiers who had perused the morning journals containing abstracts from his letter to the Times. The late stampede — what brought it about. Near Fall's Church, Fairfax county, Va., August 23d.--We have just learned the cause of the sudden stampede and consequent instant withdrawal of all of Beauregard's troops from the east of Fairfax Court- House, that took place a few nights ago, as you published It seems that two of his night-scouting parties, both pretty numerous, who were out, one from the force of thousand at Vienna, and the other from the force at Fairfax Court-House, accidentally came into collision in the dark, and both fi
as represented to be at the head of a large division of the army and actively engaged in throwing up fortifications at Falls Church is quietly remaining at his headquarters, situated within a half mile of Beauregard's, near Manassas Junction; and thebe approximated to from any evidence or indications to be discovered here. The skirmishing between the pickets at Falls Church continues severe and deadly, and may even provoke an engagement between large portions of the two armies, by inducing ad, bright banners moving in the direction of the foe. Thousands of infantry filed handsomely off in the direction of Fall's Church, their faces delighted with thoughts of the expected conflict. The 1st Regiment, commanded by Col. Fry and Major Skidron of cavalry (a portion of this brigade) followed in the rear, and made a most formidable appearance. The much to Fall's Church was rapidly made, but no enemy was there to meet our eager warriors. He had advanced but a short distance and then r