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and had on the field the whole command of Gen. Burnside, recently augmented by the addition of seves's device of Fitz John Porter's corps. Burnside's men turned short to the South, passed acroser held a commanding eminence to the right of Burnside, though Warren's brigade, of Porter's corps, posted in the woods on the left in support of Burnside's men. Sumner's corps was an eminence next tas heard far down the lines to the ten, where Burnside's boys were just getting at it. Thus metre, and their own advance was checked, and Gen. Burnside seemed to hesitate. The peculiar brass pie the post of honor on a field of battle, General Burnside may justly claim to have had that post inegan to receive heavy reinforcements, and General Burnside's position became critical. To go forwar battle that, it the rebels had even routed. Burnside and driven him in confusion completely off ths equally severs. It was understood that General Burnside has crossed into Virginia via Harper's Fe
The army. The public is still in a fog with regard to the army; perhaps before this issue shall go to press we shall have something more definite. In the meantime it seems to be clearly established, that only a division or two have been withdrawn from the other side of the Potomac, for the purpose of resisting a contemplated movement by Burnside upon our communications at Harper's Ferry. The most credible account we have been able to collect, represents Gen. Lee as having thoroughly repulsed McClellan on the 17th, as having pursued him on the 18th, and having defeated him again on the 19th, (Friday.) This account receives confirmation from McClellan's bulletin, claiming a great victory. His victories always result in "a change of base." It is strange that our community should have been so much excited by the lying reports of the Yankee papers, and the lying bulletins of McClellan. They had experienced enough of both while McClellan was below Richmond. Not a skirmish occ