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, whose son is a Ranger, was also burned, the owner having acknowledged that he had fed the Rangers and would do it again. After the return of the squad, Col. Frost, at the head of Rowan's cavalry and a body of infantry, started from Ravenswood on the double-quick, towards the scene of the engagement, but the enemy had gone. The country, however, was thoroughly scouted. The houses of Joseph Smith and M. J. Kester, both violent Secessionists, were burned to the ground, and George Downes, Wm. Harris, Seth Rogers, Newton Radcliffe, and James W. Morgan, all noted Rangers, were captured. Outrages of a Federal commander in Alabama--horrible barbarities. Gen. O. M. Mitchell, who has been in command of the division of United States troops in North Alabama, has been summoned to Washington, to answer charges against him for allowing brutality towards the people by his troops. Gen. Turchin, one of his subordinates, is now being tried by court-martial at Huntsville, Ala. The Louisvil