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about twenty men. There was only a small force of the enemy in that quarter, and but little fighting. It is believed that we may have lost more men than the enemy did. On Monday last some five or six hundred of the militia, stationed near Col. Blue's, on the Northwestern Road, about fourteen miles this side of Romney, were attacked at daylight by about 4,000 of the enemy from Romney, and were soon put to flight. We lost some three or four killed, and some few were taken prisoners. We also lost two pieces of artillery and three baggage wagons. The enemy burnt the mill near by and several dwelling-houses, including Colonel Blue's, with his extensive barns, stables etc., and destroyed all his personal property and live stock. The Federal villians shot an humble old shoemaker, in his own house, and then burnt the building over his body. The latest intelligence received at Winchester states that Gen. Jackson had captured two pieces of cannon, and between thirty and forty