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e ample. So we may expect to hear of a heavy engagement near or at Winchester, as soon as the weather will permit. The Wheeling Intelligencer, of the 10th instant, says: There were rumors afloat in the city on Saturday and yesterday, as to the movements of our troops in the vicinity of Romney. It was said that a considerable number of the enemy were surrounded at Blue's Gap, and would certainly be taken. It is certain that a general advance has been made by our troops from Patterson's Creek, New Creek and other points, but whether it was to get out of the mud or engage the enemy in battle, we, of course, do not know, and shall have to await reliable information. Ferderick, Md., Feb. 10.--Everything has been quiet along Colonel Geary's line since the prompt retribution for the murder of Rohr. The indignation here and along the river at the dastardly act is intense, and a hasty punishment will be inflicted upon the individual perpetrators if they are caught. Mr. Rohr