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Army correspondence. The Texas Brigade. On the Lines, June 2nd. To the Editors of the Dispatch: A modern philosopher, whose teachings are to be valued more for their worldly wisdom, perhaps, than for their classic antiquity, whose proverbs are more practical than poetic, used to get before his son as a perpetual monitor, for his intercourse with his fellow man, this injunction. "Slow your own horn." At the risk of bring numbered as of this school, I claim a short space in your columns. In your account in this morning's Dispatch of the skirmish in which the Texans were engaged, there are some inaccuracies which. I wish to correct, by simply telling she story as it is, myself being a witness on the spot, and a participator in the fight. On yesterday morning, beneath the warm garb of the Sabbath sunshine, while yourself and other friends in the city were no doubt quietly perverting your Sabbath ablutions, this skirmish took place, and inasmuch as military men here