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[reports of the Press associations.] entered according to act of Congress in the year 1863, by J. S. Thrasher, in the clerk's office of the district Court of the Confederate States for the Northern district of Georgia. Latest from the North. Petersburg, Jan. 6. --The Herald, of the 31st, has been received here. There is no news from the Army of the Potomac or from Charleston. News from Western Virginia, dated the 30th, says that Gen. Kelly had information from Gen. Sullivan that Gen. Early, with nine thousand rebels, was between New Market and Mount Jackson. Rosser had also some 700 cavalry, and Imboden fifteen hundred. Sullivan's column had returned to Harper's Ferry with one hundred prisoners and the same number of horses. Kelly states that he has captured in all over 400 prisoners and a large amount of property. Gen. Thomas's dispatches from Chattanooga on Wednesday state that a rebel force under Wheeler had captured a Federal train on the 26th ult.,
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From east Tennessee. Russellville, Jan. 6. --The fighting last week was altogether with cavalry on our side. Col. Crow, of Morgan's division, attacked the enemy near Dandridge, and captured a battery, with the exception of one gun, which was afterwards recaptured, but the enemy were driven back to their entrenchments at Mossy creek. Maj. Ball, of the 6th Georgia, was killed in an engagement on the 29th. Gen. Martin's entire cavalry attacked a superior force of the enemy at Talbot's Station, and after a stubborn resistance, drove them back four miles. They were reinforced by a division of infantry, which drove Martin back, with considerable loss. The enemy remain at Mossy creek, strongly entrenched. The railroad will be in running order to Bristol in a few days.
From the Rapidan. Orange C. H., Jan. 6. --Major Mosby, with a portion of his battalion, came up with a scouting party of the enemy, consisting of some seventy-five men from the 1st Maryland battalion, under Capt. Hunter, near Rectortown, Fauquier county, on New Year's day. A sharp fight ensued, in which the enemy lost five killed and nine wounded; whilst Mosby's loss was two killed and three wounded. Mosby captured three non-commissioned officers and thirty-seven privates, with their arms, equipments, and horses.--The rest of the party escaped. The prisoners are en route for Richmond.
The Siege of Charleston. Charleston, Jan. 6. --There is no news to-day. A few shots were exchanged between the batteries. The weather is cold and rainy.