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Our army correspondence.the battle of Sharpsburg letter from Winchester. Camp Near. Sept. 21. Having participated in the battle of Sharpsburg, in various positions, for nearly the whole day, I have thought a brief history of the doings of that day, which came under my observation, would be interesting to your readers. I take pleasure in giving them. After the taking of Harper's Ferry, Jackson's old division, to which our battery is attached, under Gen. Starke's brigade, was ordered to march, and, after marching from 11 o'clock at night and crossing the Potomac during the day, we landed at the battle-field just at dusk, and as the Yankees were driving in our pickets, and before we could get to our position, a terrific fire of shell was opened upon our brigade and batteries, which were then moving along slowly. I will here premise and state that nearly all speak of the Yankee line of battle as assuming the shape of a capital A, but my own impression was, that it was