Manson's Hill.--As this locality has become somewhat noted in connection with the movements of our army under the gallant Beauregard and Johnston, for the information of our readers, we publish the following, which we find in the columns of the New Orleans Delta, from its special correspondent at Munson's Hill: Munson's Hill is so called from the fact that one Munson lived near by, and perhaps rented, if not owned, the locality. This Munson was a horticulturist or fruit tree vender, He was a black-hearted traitor, and on the approach of our troops, fled, taking his family with him, to the more congenial retreat of Washington. His house is on the left of the Leesburg or middle turnpike road; and directly Southeast of and distant one-eighth of a mile from this hill. Munson was a type of the majority of the community in this region, and I regret to say of too many in the extreme point of this part of Virginia. Of this you may judge by the following document I found in his house:
John B. Brown, Delegate to Chicago. L. Pitman, Virginia elector. John Underwood, of Occoquan, Va. L. C. P. Cowper, of Portsmouth, Va. J. J. Haines Geo. Reje, Virginia Elector at large. Cornelius Lent. John Wright, Virginia Elector. Walter F. Collins. J. M. Savage. C. E. French. M. C. Munson.
of the fats of one of the above signers (Underwood) I can speak. He was shot on the 12th of July. Of ethers I know not — though I have given general information, and sent a memorandum to headquarters of their names, the circumstances, &c. I found on Munson's table this paper and others, that indicated his character and intentions, and which give some information relative to our enemy, their intentions and modus operandi in spy and scout matters.