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as inconsiderable. The main engagement of yesterday, however, was that of Hooker's division, with a considerable rebel force, at Bristow Station. It appear or nine miles northeast of Warrenton. At an early hour yesterday morning Hooker's division (doubtless dispatched to that point by Gen. Pope on account of the aith whom he had a heavy engagement, lasting nearly all day. In the course of it Hooker drove the enemy, step by step, back to the vicinity of Manassas Junction. Our one division of Heintzelman to march on Greenwich; and, with Porter's corps and Hooker's division, I marched back to Manassas Junction. McDowell was ordered to iupport McDowell in case he met too large a force of the enemy. The division of Hooker, marching to wards Manassas, came upon the enemy near Kettle Run, on the aftern, which is five miles this side of Manassas, Bull Run, and Centreville. Gen. Hooker's brigade is reported to have checked the advance of the rebels at Centrevil