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nse, and with such profusion of all the appliances of war. These successful results were not achieved, however, as before said, without severe loss — a loss not to be measured by the number of the slain or wounded, but by the high social and personal worth of so large a number of those who were killed or disabled, including the commander of the forces, whose high qualities will be greatly missed in the momentous campaign impending. I deeply regret to record, also, the death of the Hon. George M. Johnson, Provisional Governor of Kentucky, who went into action with the Kentucky troops and continually inspired them by his words and example. Having his horse shot under him on Sunday, he entered the ranks of a Kentucky regiment on Monday, and fell mortally wounded towards the close of the day. No this State alone, but the whole Confederacy, has sustained a great loss in the death of this brave, upright, and able man. Another gallant and able soldier and Captain was lost to the se
Fight in the Upper Valley. fight took place on Thursday between the advance forces of Gen and the forces under the Federal Milroy. We present below a copy received yesterday at 10 o'clock Governor Letcher: Staunton, May 9 Jaks Luther: Jackson's advance the enemy on Sutlingson Hill well's, yesterday at . After hard fighting, he routed them from all . Our loss is about three killed and General Johnson wounded in Col. & C. Harman in the arm; arm broken; Col. Gibbons we had no in the fight. All this morning, and the army up to the engagement if the enemy will . Hill is about 86 miles above on the Parkersburg road, and in of Highland. McDowell's is on road, near where it crosses the Bull river. Monterey, the county seat of in the direction of which the enemy is nine miles from McDowell of Monterey the country is very so much so as, perhaps, to . It is hoped, however, forces will be overtaken be- McDowell's and Monterey.