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[special Dispatch to Richmond Dispatch.]Latest from Manassas!flag of truce from the enemy.death of Maj. Harrison.&c., &c., &c., Manassas, July 19. --Everything quiet here to-day. A flag of truce was sent in by the enemy, asking permission to bury their dead, in which they have been busily engaged. They have probably five hundred killed and wounded. Our loss is less than twenty dead. An attack is hourly expected. Geo. M. Muse, private in the Washington Artillery, of New Orleans, died to-day; also, Major Harrison, 11th Virginia Regiment. Two cannon and five hundred stand of arms were taken from the enemy. Gen. Patterson has crossed the Potomac at Harper's Ferry, doubtless to make a junction with Gen. McDowell. Fifty prisoners, principally Pennsylvanians, arrived here to-day from Winchester. It was Thomas, and not William Sangster, of the Alexandria Riflemen, who was killed
The Daily Dispatch: July 20, 1861., [Electronic resource], Sketch of the Martyr Jackson and his family. (search)
From Washington. Washington, July 18. --12½ o'clock, P. M.--There was nothing reliable or official received from Fairfax up to noon to-day. A courier from General McDowell's headquarters has reached here, who states that the Federal army marched early this morning on Centreville. General McDowell said last night that he thought the Confederates would fight at Centreville. It is reported here that General Johnston's forces at Winchester are endeavoring to unite with Gener states that the Federal army marched early this morning on Centreville. General McDowell said last night that he thought the Confederates would fight at Centreville. It is reported here that General Johnston's forces at Winchester are endeavoring to unite with General Beauregard's columns at Manassas. General Scott states that there are between 30,000 and 40,000 troops at Centreville and Manassas. Washington, July 18--Seven thousand axes have been sent to the Federal army.