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papers continue to publish long accounts of the late battle at Leesburg or Hall's Bluff, as they call it. Below we give some extracts: The slaughter of the California Regiment--the death of Col. Baker, etc. From the New York Herald's Poolesville correspondent of Oct. 23, we make the following extracts: The California Regiment Cut to pieces. The California regiment is cut to pieces.--Col. Baker is killed. Two or three hundred brave men, more or less, have been murdered by the t, was sent across the stream. The men around it had faced death without flinching; but when they beheld the bleeding corpse of their brave and beloved Colonel their eyes were suffused, and their bronzed faces wet with tears. It was taken to Poolesville, the headquarters of Gen. Stone, and on Wednesday was sent to Washington under escort. Reported death of Gen. Johnston. Before Col. Baker fell, a singular incident occurred, and the belief is prevalent here that the rebel Gen. Johnsto