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ny of them.--There is also a statement in the American of the 19th inst., giving an account of the capture of several bridge burners, by a party of Federals under Jarboe. In the skirmish Jarboe is represented as having had his horse killed under him. How this could happen, I cannot imagine. The party consisting of fifty men camece. Mr. Sherts, of whom they speak, is a lad of 18, and was arrested in the same manner. Old McDonald was not arrested, and will not be by that party. This man Jarboe, who is thus trying to get up a reputation, is a native of Romney, where he and his family were raised from infancy by the charity of the citizens. As a return for their kindness, he was so obliging as to pilot Colonel Wallace with his command, from Cumberland to Romney, where they store everything hold of while Jarboe helped with the balance. Affair about Alexandria. The Federal telegrams give us the following about recent skirmishes near Alexandria: Near Bailey's Cross