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Latest from General Jackson's command. the late Skirmishes — Exaggerated reports — attack on Confederate militia — depredations of the enemy, &c. Lynchburg, Va., Jan. 9. --Theated at Winchester, on the 7th and 8th inst., and furnishing interesting intelligence from Gen. T. J. Jackson's command. The first letter says there has been no fighting, beyond some little skirme enemy was estimated to be from two to three thousand. The second letter says that General T. J. Jackson was on his return, having accomplished the object of his visit, which was the destructioo. 6, on the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, and some bridges on the Baltimore and Ohio Railway. General Jackson lost in the expedition about twenty men. There was only a small force of the enemy in that t 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 thousand dollars worth of clo<