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els girded themselves for a final effort to dislodge us. Their bugles sounded the charge, out rushed the masses of grey, and on they came with their old yell. The Second warmed instantly to the work. It gave yell for yell, volley for volley, but stubbornly refused to give an inch of ground. Mott and Miles, Nugent, De Trobriand, McAllister, Scott, and hosts of others, shone conspicuous in the battle, for such it had become, a fair open-field fight.--The contest raged for three hours, and ended by the withdrawal of Hill to the cover of his works. Miscellaneous. The guerrillas under the command of the rebel Major White, who have been operating so industriously of late in Fairfax county, have gone up the Shenandoah Valley to a new field of operations. Advices from Arizona to February 5th announce that the expedition under Lieutenant Barr had attacked a camp of hostile Indians and killed nineteen warriors. The Apaches continue to steal and kill horses, mules and cattle.