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ffair--Affairs on the South side of the Potomac — grand review and sham battle — the death of Col. Croghan, &c. We are enabled to present our readers this morning with a summary of Northern news. Interesting from the Hanawha — particulars of the fight at M'Coy's Mills — the fall of Col. Croghan. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette, writing from Fayette county Court-House, Va., bend in the road, one of the company crawled over and espied two squadrons of cavalry, under Col. Croghan, of Ky., and here commenced the battle of McCoy's Mills. A volley was instantly opened onowledged, taken completely by surprise. At the first fire several saddles were emptied, and Col. Croghan fell mortally wounded in the abdomen. The rebels, though surprised, showed fight and retiredthem back. The main body then advanced, having, as before, strong parties of skirmishers. Colonel Croghan was carried to the nearest house, and was eared for as well as the state of the case would