alry proceeded to Rocky Mount, 200 remained to deprecate around Tarboro'. These latter were attacked, whipped and routed on Monday evening by three companies of our cavalry, numbering about 100 men, Major Kennedy commanding, near Daniel's school-house, two and a half miles from Tarboro', south of the river.
They left six dead and fifteen wounded on the field.
Eight horses, besides forty sets of horse accoutrements, were captured by our boys.
Our loss is three wounded, among whom is Capt. Thompson Ball, through the right wrist.
He arrived in town this morning.
The Yankees are said to have carried off about 500 negroes, besides horses and other property.
They camped last night at Griusley's meeting house, three and a half miles from Show Hill.
The bridges have all been burnt.
Colonel Claiborne and others are on their track.
All sorts of rumors as to their whereabouts are afloat, but nothing definite is known outside of military circles.
Latest.--The Yankees are supposed to