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s their number. After the battle, Gen. J. retired for the night immediately in the vicinity of the battle ground which is another audience that he was not derated; and the following morning he retired slowly from Newtown to the vicinity of Strasburg, the enemy making no advance until a late hour in the forenoon. The proportion of wounded to the number killed of Gen. J's men, is large, yet it is gratifying to know that but few are seriously or mortally wounded. The regiments engagedders of the North. B. B. Position of the Belligerents. The little town of Woodstoes, the county seat of Shenandoah, where Gen. Jackson's army is now in position, is thirty miles south of Winchester, and distant only twelve miles from Strasburg, where the Yankee army lies. It will be seen, therefore, that there is every probability of another battle, which has possibly taken place ere this. From the Potomac line. The Fredericksburg Herald, of Friday, contains a report that s