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o dock for repairs before she can be brought into action again. From the Valley of the Doar The following Federal account of affairs in the Valley probably contains the usual amount of misrepresentation: Washington, June 2--Information was received at the War Department this evening that General Fremont had encountered and beaten, near Strasburg, yesterday afternoon and this morning, a part of Jackson's army, which is in full re Fremont's Headquarters, Near Steasburg, Jane --General Fremont, with a strong column, left Franklin last Sunday, and by rapid forced marches crossed the Shenandoah Mountain ranges, Marching nearly one hundred miles over difficult roads, with but little means of transportation, and no supplies in the country. This morning, when five miles from Strasburg, over Jackson in full retreat with his whole force on the road from Winchester to Strasburg. Col. Chisevert, commanding the advance brigade, came upon the enemy strongly posted, w
Affairs in North Alabama. The Knoxville Register, of June gets the following items of interest from Col William Hendley, who recently arrived in that city from North Alabama. Col. Wm. Hudley was taken prisoner by the Yankees but made his escape, swimming his horse across the Tennessee river. He reports that the Yankees are perpetrating all manner of outrages in the counties of Limestone and Madison, robbing the citizens of money, clothes, bacon, horses, and in fact everything else, unfrequently quartering their horses in the houses of planters and otherwise shooting them, until such a reign of terror has been inaugurated that no citizen dare raise so much as the little Gager by way of profess against the barbarism of the invading force. Mitchell has signed a proclamation declaring that he will turn every-house in fifty miles of Huntsville, unless bushwhacking is stopped, and the citizens are in such mortal dread of his executing his threat, that the strongest secessi