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The Capture of Romney. --The subjoined dispatch was sent from Chambersburg, Pa., June 13. We look upon it as a wholesale lie. It is true that the Federal troops occupied Romney, but if there was any skirmish on the occasion we never before heard of it: Col. Lewis Wallace, who, with a portion of his Indiana regiment, left Cumberland on Tuesday to attack the Confederate camp at Romney, Va., surprised the enemy, and, after a sharp conflict, completely routed the 500 Secession troops composing the encampment, capturing a few prisoners, killing 2, wounding 1, and taking a first class camp equipage, provisions, medical stores, arms, etc. Only one of the Indiana troops was wounded. The victors have returned to Cumberland with their spoils.
Battle at Bethel Church!more Northern accounts.the killed and wounded.&c., &c., &c. The Baltimore Sun of Saturday contains news from Fortress Monroe to 9 o'clock Friday morning, by the steamer Georgiana.--Among the passengers were Dr. Townsend and Lieut. Reynolds, U. S. A., and Mrs. Jones and four children, and Miss Carmine, of Hampton. [Correspondence of the Associated Press.] Fortress Monroe, June 13. --6 P. M.--There are no military movements of importance to-day to report. The statement in my communication of yesterday that the Confederates had retired from Great Bethel, is true, so far as their main body is concerned, but the place is still held by them, and can be occupied by a large force at short notice. Capt. H. E. Davis, son of Judge Davis, Lt. Chas. H. Seaman and Dr. Martin, of Duryea's Regiment, yesterday entered the enemy's lines with a flag of truce and went to within half a mile of Yorktown. They saw a formidable battery at Great Bethel, but wer