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lf received a slight wound in the head. The fight took place about six miles from Wytheville, on the road from Tazewell, on Monday week. The enemy's force was composed of a portion of the main body of the raiders, which was sent off as a diversion, while the larger force went towards the New River bridge. It is believed that the enemy's entire force in Southwestern Virginia is not loss than eight thousand men. The party which attacked Dublin and the New River bridge was under command of Gen. Cook, and numbered about five thousand men, with twelve pieces of artillery. Incidents of last week's fighting. The Charlottesville Chronicle, has some readable incidents of last week's fighting. We copy some of them: A Yankee Colonel, taken prisoner in one of the fights, was questioned by one of our Generals as to his (the Colonel's) opinion of the final result of the series of battles. The Yankee Colonel replied, "if we have four to your one, we shall whip you. If we hav