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insville43143850100 Total138278124986207 Confederate Successes. Dates.Battles.Confederates killed.Confederates wounded.Confederates captured.Federal killed.Federal--woundedFederal--captured. Feb. 16San Ant'c.150 Mar. 12F't Brown100 April 13F't Sumter April 15Fort Bliss100 April 20Indianola600 May 19S'well's P610 May 31Fairfax C. H.12554 June 1Aq'a Cr'k June 5Pig's P'nt June 10G't Bethal17150250 June 16Vienna50100 June 17Kan's City153050150150 June 19New Creek37 June 26Romney2315 June 27Mt's Point1610 July 2Haynes'lle212678553 July 5Carthage70200300200 July 17Sc'ry Creek3150100 July 18Bull Run.1353320020030020 July 21Manassas393120050100025001000 July 25Mesilla1025 July 28F't Staut'n750 Aug. 10Spingfield.2653003010001200300 Aug. 15Mt's Point5 Aug. 20Hw'ks N'st12030 Aug. 27Balley's X Roads.15 Aug. 27Cross Ln's.35050100 Sept. 3Big Creek223 Sept. 10Gauley5150250 Sept. 11Lew'sville596 Sept. 11Ton's C'k.203050 Sept. 19Bar'sville.502 Sept. 20Lexingto
r. Considerable excitement exists at Atchison to-day, owing to a collision between the citizens and a band of Jayhawkers. Some arrests have been made, and more trouble is expected. Affairs on the Upper Potomac. Frederick, Md., Jan. 19. --Private, but usually reliable advices from Hancock, state that Gen. Jackson's retirement from Hancock, and his pretended retreat towards Winchester, were a ruse and that, without retiring to the latter place, he returned with 12,000 men to Romney. It is also stated that Gen. Lander, following out his instructions, fell back on Gen. Jackson's approach. There are rumors of a fight having occurred, but this is discredited by those who assume to be best informed. It is estimated that 300 refugee women from Jefferson county are now in and around this county. Many of them left children at home, and are now grieving to return to them, but a strict: blockade is kept up by Cols. Geary's, Leonard's, and Link's commands. Th
Promotion. --Lieutenant E. C. Crump, of the Richmond "Sharp-Shooters," has recently been promoted to the post of Adjutant in General Jackson's command. This is a very worthy appointment, and one which we feel confident will be creditably sustained by the individual upon whom the honor has been conferred. This command is now encamped near Romney, the exact locality of which, for prudential motives, we forbear mentioning.