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ses, which were being recuperated. Farmers who arrived at Bonsack's this evening say that the enemy were on this side of Craig's creek, 18 miles from Salem, at noon yesterday. Their camp was visible from the mountains. Craig's creek was rising rapCraig's creek was rising rapidly yesterday, and impossible to ford, which prevents the enemy's further retreat on the Newcastle road. [Second Dispatch.] Lynchburg, Dec. 19. --Passengers this evening report that the enemy, finding Craig's creek past fording, changedCraig's creek past fording, changed their course up the Catawba, and camped on Thursday night ten miles below Montgomery White Sulphur Springs. Their object in taking this route is to strike the Salt Pond road, leading towards the Kanawha Valley. Their capture is confidently expectbout fifty horses before they left camp, as they had more than they could get along with.--Supposing they could not cross Craig's creek; the way they came, they changed their course, going in the direction of Fincastle. The enemy represented that t