ing and capturing a very large number.
It is said that out of one whole brigade of Yankees only twelve men were left.
Nothing further concerning the two corps which had crossed the mountain at Chester gap.
Mosey on the grand round.
Mosby is again on the grand round.
Ten days ago he struck the enemy at Salem, on the Manassas Gap railroad, whipping the Yankee troops, capturing their baggage and trains, and breaking up their railroad-building operations.--The next we hear of him isears he has suddenly manifested himself at Duffield, on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad.
We give the dispatch:
"Headquarters Army Northern Virginia, "October 16, 1864. Hon. James A. Seddon, Secretary of War:
"On the 14th instant Colonel Mosby struck the Baltimore and Ohio railroad at Duffield, and destroyed a United States mail train, consisting of a locomotive and ten cars, and securing twenty prisoners and fifteen horses.
"Among the prisoners are two paymasters, with one h
istricts have elected Union candidates on the home vote.
Brilliant Dash of Mosby — a train captured with two hundred thousand dollars in Greenbacks — other movements.
Mosby has been doing a very handsome little thing in the speculating way on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad.
The venture, it appears, has paid two hundreed, so far as known.
Some of the ladies, lost all of their baggage, and Paul Clifford Mosby, who was present himself, told them in the politest tones, it should be telegram from Baltimore gives notices of a new invasion:
A small body of Mosby's guerrillas crossed the Potomac into Montgomery county, Maryland, during the l is understood, been driven back.
They are said to number three hundred.
Mosby is also on the Manassas railroad, as we find by the following Washington telegram, dated the 14th:
A gang of Mosby's guerrillas, in strong force, yesterday made an attack on the outer picket of the Second District of Columbia regiment, st