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and her statement is believed to be correct. Thus, with the prisoners in Gen, Zollicoffer's hands, (about 40,) the arms and munitions captured, and the killed and wounded of the enemy, the engagement near Rockcastle seems to have been as brilliant a victory as many that have crowned the Confederate arms, and have been more talked of. Miscellaneous. Captain Wm. H. Donelson, of Louisville, cashier of the Commercial Bank, of that city, died a few days since. Robert Sanders, of Lebanon, Ky., has been imprisoned in Louisville, charged with treason to the Lincoln Government. James Anderson, J. A. Leskey, and J. Cochran, arrested some time since at Henderson, Ky., and sent to Louisville to jail, have been released on bail. Among a lot of old guns brought to Bowling Green, Ky., a few days ago, for repairs, was an old English musket made in the year 1761. The report of a fight between the Flemingsburg Home Guards and a company of Confederates from Nicholas county,