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ello, a town in Wayne county, about 100 miles South of Frankfort. A dispatch from Frederick states that it was reported there yesterday that a portion of Gen. Jackson's command made another demonstration on Dam No. 5 on Sunday, but advices from Hancock of that date make no mention of such movement. The main body of Gen. JacGen. Jackson's force is reported to be at Unger's, 12 miles North of Martinsburg.--Gen. Kelly has left Cumberland for Wheeling, the condition of his wound precluding all hope of recovery. A dispatch from St. Louis states that Gen. Halleck has issued an order requiring all the newly-elected officers of the Chamber of Commerce and thhis system. The sick of General Lander's command are all at Cumberland, numbering 677. A new additional hospital building is now being fitted up there. Jackson, with his full force, is reported to be at Ungers, twelve miles north of Martinsburg. Washington news — Lake Defences — Cabinet Meeting — Lane's Instruction<
ed and fury," entitling them to be "looked upon as savage barbarians." The upper Potomac--General Jackson Triumphant. Point of Rocks, Jan. 26. --General Jackson has driven the small force of Union troops from Bath and Romney, shelled the town of Hancock, destroyed a second time the freshly reconstructed track of the Blverts, carried off the new iron of the rails, and is now operating somewhere near Romney. Nothing is known here at present of the movements of the rebel General Jackson and his forces except that he has about fifteen thousand men, and is in the neighborhood of Romney. The design of our Generals is to bag him and his whole fo 1,200 sick soldiers in the hospitals at Washington, Alexandria, and Georgetown, on the 17th inst. Lieut. Frank E. Brownwell, the Ellsworth Zouave who killed Jackson in Alexandria, has been ordered to open a recruiting station, at Oswego, N. Y., for the regular army. Miscellaneous. A Yankee correspondent has had an in