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fantry and battery, disputed the passage of the Federal troops. We however, passed on through the town, the rebels frequently stopping in their retreat and throwing shells, to which we responded with effort. Gen! Banks pursued the enemy to Edinburg, five miles south of Woodstock, Ashby burning the intupike and one railroad bridge in his retreat. All the railroad bridges between here and Strasburg had been previously destroyed. The only casualty on our side was one man killed an the h Pennsylvania regiment, and one of the Second Massachusetts regiment received a rifleball in his sels plate, but it proved harmised. Later. Woonstock, April 2, 8 A. M. --Our guns and musketry drove the enemy from Snowey Creek, near Edinburg, this morning at seven o'clock. They were in lime of battle within range of our guns Probably there were none but Ashoy's command. Our forces will rebuilt the bridge over the creek to-day. All was quiet during the night. It is no know