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Evacuation of Winchester.Destruction of Federal stores and Private Property.Northern accounts of the late Fights at Manassas.the Yankees claim a victory on Friday!the fight in Kentucky.&c., &c., &c., Harrisonburg, Sept. 4. --The Provost Marshal at New Market writes to day that the Yankees evacuated Winchester night before last, burning all their stores and blowing up the magazine. They also burnt one whole square in the town. We learn from the same source that the Baltimore papers report the death of McClellan. [second Dispatch.] Harrisonburg. Sept. 4. --We have Baltimore papers of the 1st and 2d inst. They report the Federal loss in the battle of Friday to be 8,000 killed and wounded. They claim a victory. Of Saturday's fight, the American says: "The advantage remained with the rebels." The Sun styles it an "ritter rout." Their losses, up to Friday night, were estimated at 17,000. Gens. Buford, Hatch, Taylor, and Patrick, were killed. Generals