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Pride more, of Col. Slemp's regiment, who are always watching and harassing these forage parties. He informed Gen. Jones that this party could be bagged; and by Gen. Jones's skillful manœuvering succeeded in capturing nearly the whole party. Pride more tolled them from the Gap, and Gen. Jones, with his command, got in their rear, and by being attacked both in front and rear, were caused to surrender, which they did after a hard fight of some two hours duration, about half a mile west of Jonesville. The enemy took refuge in and fought from the large brick dwelling of A. Milburn, of said county. Jones brought on the attack, but as soon as Pride more came up with his little band of some 100 men, the enemy surrendered. The whole capture is as follows: Three hundred and eighty prisoners, including sixteen commissioned officers, upwards of four hundred horses, twenty or thirty wagons, and something like five hundred stand of small arms, including three pieces of artillery. The of
From East Tennessee. Russellville, Jan. 18. --A reconnoitering party of the enemy drove in our cavalry pickets yesterday, and were in turn driven back again. Both pickets occupy their original position. Brisk artillery firing was heard yesterday in the direction of Jonesville. It is supposed the enemy were attacking Gen. W. E. Jones.