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t succeeded in cutting their way through them without losing a man. Six of the 20th however were slightly wounded.-- Ten of the enemy are known to have been killed, and a number wounded. Seven dead bodies were found yesterday morning; one was that of an officer, and was taken to Newport News. He wore buttons lettered " A. M. M.," perhaps the Alabama Minutes Men. It is reported that a whole company of negroes were engaged, and two of our men are known to have been shot by them. General Mansfield and Acting Brigadier General Weber, highly complimented the troops engaged, for their coolness and bravery. News from Kentucky. Cincinnati, Dec. 23, 1861. --The Commercial has a dispatch from Frankfort, Ky., saying that Hon. W. C. Anderson, formerly member of Congress, died to-day. Gov. Magofflu, contrary to expectations, had approved of all the bills presented to him. There was no further news from Somerset. Payment of officers appointed by General Farmont