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king assassins when they can number twenty to one,"swarm along down the Valley towards Winchester, rendering communication with the front very hazardous. It was by these that Lieutenant Meigs, son of the Quartermaster-General, was killed on Tuesday last; and all persons coming through from headquarters require strong escorts. Our army communications are thus somewhat delayed, but no interference of consequence with the campaign is effected. One of the principal chiefs of these marauders, McNeal, was shot on Sunday last, during a skirmish with our cavalry, between Mount Jackson and new Market, and was not expected to recover from the effects of his wound. Burbridge's repulse at Saltville. The Yankees have at last heard from Burbridge. It is about the mildest description of a bloody repulse we have ever seen. The telegram is dated at Cincinnati on the 9th instant: General Burbridge, with two thousand five hundred mounted infantry, attacked Saltville, in Southwestern V