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in every direction and got out of range as quickly as possible. We could not learn the effect of the shots, but from the yelling of the rebels they were supposed to be effective. The command returned to camp this morning, bringing in horses and mules for the quartermaster's department. Letter from Gen. M'Dowell to the President. The following is the letter of Gen. McDowell, demanding of the President a thorough investigation of the accusation of Col. Brodhead: Washington, Sept. 6. To His Excellency the President: I have been informed by a Senator that he has seen a note in pencil, written by a colonel in cavalry, mortally wounded in the recent battles, stating. among other causes, that he was dying "a victim to McDowell's treachery," and that his last request was that this note be shown to you. That the colonel believed this charge, and felt that his last act on earth was a great public service, there can be no question. This solemn accusation from the grave