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e Confederates gave up the unequal contest and fell back six miles, the enemy not Pershing. Our loss was heavy, supposed to have been fifty killed. Some two hundred and over were missing after the fight; but as parties of stragglers have been coming in since, the total loss cannot be ascertained. The loss of the enemy must have been very severe, as our troops are reported to have fought with desperation, as well as from the fact that the enemy failed to follow them. Messrs. Powell and McGee, who had purchased for our Government some 900 head of cattle, are reported to have got out with 510 having lost some 370. By way of Cumberland Gap we have a report that Col. Clark's cavalry had possession of Mount Sterling, where he had captured some 200 prisoners, and that Humphrey Marshall had joined him at that point. It is said that Burnside, at the solicitation of Guthrie has been started with 30,000 Federal infantry and 10,000 cavalry for Lexington, Ky. Geo. P. Prentice