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misstates other circumstances of the engagement; nevertheless, it will be read with interest.--This skirmish appears to have taken place on the day previous to the fight reported yesterday, in which the First Georgia Regiment was engaged: Buckhannon, Va., July 7. A gallant band of fifty Buckeyes, Third Ohio Regiment, under Capt. O. A. Lawson, of Columbus, made a good record yesterday afternoon, at Middle Fork Bridge. Friday afternoon, without Gen. McClellan's knowledge, Gen. Schleich rised sixteen mounted men, in camp, between Weston and Bulltown, yesterday, and took six of them, with their arms and horses prisoners. They will be sent to Columbia. The same blatherskite correspondent telegraphed on the 8th of July, from Buckhannon that "a courier arrived from Webster, reports that four companies of the 19th Ohio Regiment, at Glenville, about 40 miles distant to the Southwest, are besieged by a picked Regiment of Virginians and 1,500 militia under O. Jennings Wise."
Still further from the Northwest. Buckhannon, Va., July 10, P. M. --Gen McClellan reports that the Southerners are strongly entrenched within two miles of his camp. He directs that all Federal forces within forty miles of his camp shall join his column immediately. [Second Dispatch.] Buckhannon, July 11.--Skirmishing continues, and four invaders have been killed.