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ear St. George. The Confederate army under Gen. Garnett, which, in its several divisions, numbered from eight to ten thousand men, was completely routed by Gen.Morris' column, and all their camp equipage captured, with fifty prisoners and many killed. The loss on the Union side is four of the Ohio 14th regiment killed, amately surrender. Further particulars of the battle at Carrack's Ford. Grapton, July 15 --The Confederates retreated from Laurel Hill on Thursday. Gen. Morris' command commenced the pursuit next day, and after a terrible march over Laurel Hill mountain, through rain and mud, the Federal troops came up with the fugitivantities of ammunition, etc. They retreated up the Horseshoe, but it is expected that Gen. Hill will meet and still further rout them near West Union. Gen. Morris was to return to-day, by way of St. George, to Laurel Hill. Gen. Garnett's body will be embalmed and forwarded to his friends. He was formerly a Major in