The Moravian publislics a letter from Lieut. Baer, uf the Penn-)lvania Reserves, writton ufter the battle of Antietam. - I[e says : While we weie restiug along the roadsieje, we noticed the men running in from the wooda. where they were restiug in the shade, and gettiqg near the road and on the felices; anón, we heard cheeraftcr cheer in the distancc, growiug louder contiuually. The men knew, as if by nwgio, who was coming. It was the General wboin they all lovc, and whom they all bolieve to be the man to lead iheni on to victory. It was General McClellan. I wish you had. heard the cheers, and seon the éans flung up, as he rode by with his cap off, aeknowledging ;he devoiion of his men. Öne soldier, wliose hcart was full, cxclaimed at the ;op of his voipe, " ïhat's the boy ! " - Let every praying hcart vctneinber this General beforo thu throue of grace. Jf ie is aot liked by soine people, ho has the love of every soldier ; aod the soldiers bclicvc tljat (e is tho one to lead ihein on to victory. Therefore, let every one join with tnem in ttjeir prayer: 1 God ble.ss, guide aud protect our wen. McClellau !