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ht, drove them back half a mile, when they got their guns in position again in a dense wood, flanked by infantry, and drove the Union forces back. A short artillery duel ensued, when Gen. Shields ordered Col. Tyler to turn their left flank, which was executed with great loss, the enemy being protected by a stone-ledge. The Eighty-fourth Pennsylvania and Thirteenth Indiana charged their centre and the fight became general, with great massacre on both sides. Col. Murray, of the Eighty-fourth Penn sylvania, was killed. The enemy retired slowly, bringing their guns to bear at every opportunity. The Nationals rushed forward with yells, when a panic occurred among the enemy, and troops followed and drove them till dark, capturing three guns, three caissons, muskets, equipments, etc., innumerable, and bivouacked on the field. Gen. Williams, First brigade, Col. Donnelly, of the Twenty-eighth New York, commanding, reenforced Gen. Shields's forces. Gen. Banks, who was on the way to Washin
ight wounded. The loss of the enemy was thirty-five killed and one hundred wounded. Lieutenant-Colonel Phillips returned to Pocahontas, bringing with him thirty prisoners, taken in the battle, including one lieutenant-colonel. The Fifth Ohio cavalry fought splendidly on this occasion, Gen. J. E. B Stuart. under the leadership of Major Smith.--Cincinnati Gazette. The Thirty-seventh, Twenty-second, and Eleventh regiments of New York militia, left New York for the scene of operations in Penn sylvania.--the Mechanic Light Infantry left Salem, Mass., for the seat of war.--the steamer Platte Valley was fired into at Bradford's Landing on the Mississippi, and two persons were killed and a number wounded.--the English schooner Harriet was captured at Tampa Bay, Florida, by the national gunboat Tahoma; about the same time she destroyed the schooner Mary Jane.--A detachment of the First Missouri and Fifth Ohio cavalry under Major Henry, of the Fifth Ohio, four hundred strong, while on a