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tter of the 30th," referred to in the above, was not received. The Little River turnpike leads from Middleburg to Alexandria, and intersects the Centreville turnpike about a mile this side of Fairfax Court-House. Germantown is on the Little River turnpike, about half a mile west of its intersection with the Centreville turnpike.] The following is the "published report" of the enemy, referred to in Gen. Lee's letter: Headq'rs Field of Battle,Groveton, near Gainesville, Aug. 30, 5 A. M. Major-Gen. Halleck, General-in-Chief: We fought a terrific battle here yesterday, with the combined forces of the enemy, which lasted with continuous fury from, daylight until after dark, by which time the enemy was driven from the field, which we now occupy. Our troops are too much exhausted yet to push matters, but I shall do so in the course of the morning, as soon as Fitz John Porter's corps comes up from Manassas. The enemy is still in our front, but badly used up.
a dispatch from Gen. Smith announcing the victory: We had three fights on the 30th near Richmond, Ky, The enemy was completely routed. General Nelson is wounded in the thigh, Gen. Miller killed. About three thousand prisoners, including General Manson and staff, captured, together with all their artillery and small arms, wagons, &c. Our loss small. Immediately after the battle the following congratulatory order was issued by Gen. Smith: Hdq'rs army of Kentucky,Richmond, Ky.,Aug. 30 The Major General commanding returns his heart-felt thanks to the troops of this command, officers and men, for their exceeding gallantry in the several actions of this day, their patient, unmurmuring endurance of fatigue during two days and nights, forced marches, and fighting three battles in twelve hours. The country shall know of your sufferings on the march, as well as of the bold, pressing charges of this day. To morrow being Sunday, the General desires that the troops s
eptember, the latest date from the North, have been received. Below we present a summary of the news: An account of the battle of Saturday. Washington, August 30.--This morning the rebels renewed the battle at daybreak, and it has been raging furiously all day. An attempt was made to turn our right, but the brave Sigel, wlery, left Newbern on the 22d ult., for Hamilton, N. C., to destroy some rebel batteries that have been erected at that place. A dispatch from Cairo, dated August 30, says the steamer Roale Hamilton was fired into on Thursday by rebel guerrillas, when thirty miles above Fort Henry, on Tennessee river. Three of the shots took ounded. A gunboat which was following the steamer shelled the woods without effecting the dislodgment of the rebels. Advices from Greenville, Missouri, of August 30, state that the guerrillas, 1,500 strong, under McBride, threatened that place, and that 1,400 troops are there to meet them. All of the available force of the