e battle ensued.
The rebels fought with great obstinacy and spirit, and were, after a long engagement, repulsed with great slaughter.
The guns of the Cincinnati have been removed by Gen. Steele, and put in position in a land battery.
They opened this morning.
A fleet of transports coming down with ordnance and commissary stores, was fired into at Cypress Band, day before yesterday.
The Prima Donna received twenty-two shots, and was disabled.
The Kentucky towed her down.
Jas Thompson, clerk of Quarter master at Helena, was killed by a 6 pound shot, on the Kentucky.
The rebels had 6 pounder guns.
The gunboats drove them off. The fleet came through safe.
Important from Bloody Run — the rebels turned thieves Jeff. Davis in Hagerstown.
The Philadelphia Inquirer has the following dispatches from Bloody Run:
Bloody Run, July 2.--Late last night the rebels visited Funnelsburg, ten miles North of London Station, and stole one hundred and forty horses.