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ps were sent to Stonewall Jackson on the previous Sunday, and an additional reinforcement of twenty-five thousand on the following day. Miscellaneous. The Federal account of the fight between Gen. Morgan (Federal) and Gen. Stevenson, (Confederate,) near Cumberland Gap, on the 5th inst., says the Federal captured large quantities of forage, tobacco, and mules, and killed and wounded 225 of the enemy. Independence, Mo., was attacked by Confederate guerrillas on the 11th, under Cols. Hughes and Quantrell, and the Federal force captured after an hour's fighting. The Federal report their own loss at 20 killed. The steamers Commodore, John Brooks, State of Mains, and ship Louisiana, arrived at Philadelphia on Monday with an aggregate of 1,400 sick and disabled soldiers from the hospitals of the Peninsula. Three hundred and eighty-four bales of cotton arrived at Cincinnati on Tuesday. The Lady Pike brought 348 and the Major Anderson 36 bales. From Fortress Monro