attack by Rosser.
A dispatch from Cumberland, Maryland, states that official information has been received that Colonel Thompson, of the First New Hampshire cavalry, of General Sheridan's command, had just arrived at Winchester with forty offices to this point left Waynesboro' on Friday, the 3d instant.
They marched eight miles and encamped at Fishersville.
Colonel Thompson, commanding the brigade, finding his supply of food inadequate to meet the requirements of his men and the prisonersout to the roadside food for the rebel prisoners, or otherwise they would starve on the road.
On reaching Staunton, Colonel Thompson found only a feeble response to his request, and learning that the rebels had stored large quantities of supplies in was made on that institution, and our troops and the rebel prisoners were partially supplied with flour and bacon.
Colonel Thompson discharged this duty in as agreeable a manner and with as much humanity as the necessity of the case would permit.
y and William B. Davis.
Louisa.--Wellington Gordon, John Hunter and Dr. William S. Fowler.
Lunenburg.--John Orgain, jr., Colin Stokes and Frederick Lester.
Logan.--Colonel Isaac Morgan, John Justice and G. Dingess.
Morgan.--Thomas L. Clark, John Barney and A. L. Michael.
Madison.--Robert A. Banks, William A. Hill and Joshua Miller.
Mathews.--Walter G. Lane, Thomas M. Hunley and John H. Blake.
Meeklenburg.--Tucker Carrington, Alfred Boyd and John B. Northington.
Mereer.--Syms Thompson, Davis Calfee and William Houchins.
Middlesex.--Andrew B. Evans, Dr. George L. Nicholson and Philip T. Woodward.
Montgomery.--William R. Perfater, Thomas D. Childress and David G. Thomas.
Nelson.--Joseph H. Shelton, Thomas M. Dickinson, Miles T. Shipman.
Nottoway.--Richard Irby, Travis H. Eppes and Alexander H. McQuie.
Orange.--William A. Jennings, Joseph Hiden and F. J. Saunders.
Page.--David M. Duval, Samuel Miller, Joseph E. Buracker.
Patrick.--Nathaniel C. Scales, Samu