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off in the direction of Isle of Wight Court-House, but at dusk suddenly diverged and bore towards Zuni and Joyner's Ford, bivouacking for the night at the farm of Robert D. Marshall. Zuni and Joyner'Zuni and Joyner's Ford, are near the sources of the Blackwater River, and but four miles distant from each other. At day dawn Friday morning the enemy made a simultaneous attack upon our troops at Zuni and JoyneZuni and Joyner's Ford, there being one company of Col. Claiborne's Rangers at each place. The rangers were dismounted, and fought gallantly, repulsing the enemy at each place, and driving him from the opposite ba About 8 o'clock, the enemy's cavalry having succeeded in fording or swimming the river, between Zuni and Joyner's Ford, suddenly made their appearance in the rear of Capt. Sykes's company at Joyner'soners along with them. When the cars left Ivor Friday afternoon, a fight was progressing at Zuni, but up to a late hour last night we were unable to obtain any of the particu- lars. And he