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was brick for a short time, but the rebels were put to flight with considerable loss. The casualties on our side were three men of the 75th badly wounded. The men behaved nobly. J. G. Fremont, Major-Gen. Commanding. Wheeling, April 13. --Intelligence has just arrived that transportation, long since asked for this department, has at last been ordered; also, that reinforcements, under General Blenker, are coming — when and what number is not stated. A telegram from Gen. Schenck, district of Cumberland, gives a rumor that the rebel General Jackson has ordered his Greenbrier force, four thousand, to Moorefield, not yet in sight. Gen. Milroy, at Monterey, reports organized bands of thieves and murderers, under commissions from Ex-Governor Letcher, in that vicinity, and prompt measures to exterminate them. Gen. Cox sends encouraging news from the Kanawha, but speaks of bottomless roads and rivers over the banks, and a week of terrific storms. From Ge