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The battle of Cedar Run.interesting particulars.[Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Camp in Orange County, Aug. 14, 1862. On Thursday last, the long desired order to move in the direction of Pope's army came and was hailed with pleasure. We bivouacked that night near quite a nest of Yankees, who next morning at an early hour, "skedaddled" in the most approved fashion, illustrating beautifully Gen. Pope's complacent and grandiloquent remark that there must be no more falling back. All along our route Friday, we had evidences of their hasty retreat.--They were, however, not fast enough to prevent our cavalry from making a brilliant skirmish, killing eight and capturing fifteen. Among the latter were three commissioned officers. The killing was mostly done by sabres, and several Yankees' heads were cleft wide open. Our loss was none. All along our route, Jackson and his army met the most cordial welcome from the people, who roused anew our indignation by thrilling d