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May 11. A fight took place in the vicinity of Greasy Creek, Ky., between a force of National troops under the command of Col. R. T. Jacob, and a large body of rebel cavalry under General John H. Morgan, terminating, after a desperate contest of seven hours duration, in which the rebels had nearly one hundred of their number killed and wounded, in a retreat of the Unionists with a loss of twenty-five killed and wounded.--Louisville Journal. Crystal Springs, Miss., on the New Orleans and Jackson Railroad, was entered and burned to-day by a party of National cavalry.