f the Potomac.
It is believed that no large force of the enemy have crossed to the eastward of the Blue Ridge.
Alleged defeat of Guerilla Bands.
A dispatch from Gen. Curtis, dated at St. Louis, says 1,500 Confederates were defeated at Putnam's Henry, on the 27th, --Killing several and taking over prisoners." The following is a dispatch from General Davis, (who killed Nelson,) at Columbus, Oh.
The expedition to Clarkson, Mo., 34 miles from New Madrid, under command of Capt, Roger Cook, of the 2d llinois Artillery, has been entirely successful in dispersing the guerillas, killing 10, wounding 2, and capturing Colonel Clark, in command, a Captain and 3 Lieutenants, 3 Surge one, 37 men, 70 round of arms, 42 horses, 13 mules and 2 Legroom, and a large quantity of ammunition — burning their barracks and magazines, and entirely breaking up the whole concern.
No loss on our side.
The Row in Baltimore — Explanation of the cause--Gen'l Wool Too Lenient to the rebels.