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ct, they are all good officers, and the best of this, the men are of the right scripe." General Jones' Brigade. A Manassas correspondent furnishes some particulars of the void and dangerous part performed in the Manassas battle by the third brigade, under Gen.Jones, which has heretofore been characterized as "unsuccessful." We copy a portion of the letter: The order, in the execution of which Gen. Jones crossed the Run, was to advance upon the enemy's left with three brigades, viz: Generals Longstreet, Jones, and F. Well. Gen. Jones only crossed the run, and got in reach of theJones, and F. Well. Gen. Jones only crossed the run, and got in reach of the enemy's guns before the order counter manding the charge was given, in consequence of which met his brigade, composed of the 5th South Carolina Volunteers and 17th and 18th Mississippi, were compellGen. Jones only crossed the run, and got in reach of the enemy's guns before the order counter manding the charge was given, in consequence of which met his brigade, composed of the 5th South Carolina Volunteers and 17th and 18th Mississippi, were compelled to receive the raking fire of the eight-gun battery of the enemy's left wing, united by their steady advance, under the immediate command of Col. Jenkins, of the 6th South Carolina Volunteers, the