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s commands, behave with great cooled as and galiandy. The Indians had a very strong position, and occupied very broken and rocky ground, thickety covered with post oak timber. We have over one hundred prisoners, women, children and negroes, and many wagons, horses, packs, etc., etc. We push on to-morrow, hoping to get another chance at the devils. From what we can learn from the prisoners, they were badly frightened. The rout was complete, but we may be and to get another blush. Cooper's command was not in the fight. think old Opothleyholo is used up for the winter. Major Clinton, of Greer's regiment, was wounded. Lieut. Erkin, of the Texas troops was killed. From the Potomac — a midnight Foray. The Fredericksburg Recorder, of the 10th inst., says: On Tuesday night, or rather between midnight and Wednesday morning, the Federal war steamers on the Potomac, some three or four in number, ushered in the anniversary of the battle of New Orleans, by running