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Doc. 5.-New York world narrative. Washington, Monday, July 22. At two o'clock this morning I arrived in Washington, having witnessed the great conflict near Manassas Junction from beginningWashington, having witnessed the great conflict near Manassas Junction from beginning to end, and the gigantic rout and panic which broke up the Federal army at its close. I stayed near the action an hour or two later than my associates, in order to gather the final incidents of the
mp, reviewed the Third Tyler brigade, passed a few hours with Gen. McDowell, and then left for Washington, in spirits depressed by no premonition of the disaster which was to befall our arms, and the lace some of the enemy's rifled shell were thrown.
It was heard at Fairfax, at Alexandria, at Washington itself.
Five or six heavy batteries were in operation at once, and to their clamor was added g allowed to pass through.
Some thousands of the soldiery had already got far on their way to Washington.
who could blame them?
Their own colonels had deserted them, only leaving ord