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thstanding the above mentioned misfortunes. On hearing of the engagement, Colonel Mulligan at once sent reinforcements to Colonel Snyder. A later dispatch than the above says that the command of Col. Thoburn, which comprised the garrison at Petersburg, had succeeded in making their escape by a mountain road, passing between two of our columns, with all their trains, guns, &c. The dispatch says that the next morning Gen. Early shelled the evacuated fortifications. A dispatch from Washington states that dispatches had been received at the Yankee War Department, from Gen. Kelly, confirming the capture of the trains above alluded to. From East Tennessee. The latest dispatch from Knoxville announces that the rebels had captured and driven off 800 head of cattle. Longstreet has "changed his front," and occupied the rich Valley of the Tennessee, upon which the Union army depended for subsistence. Miscellaneous. Andy Johnson has appointed the 5th of March for hol
Ran away --From my house, on yesterday, (Sunday,) my cook woman, Elizabeth, aged about 35 years, rather over medium height, bright mulatto in color. She left with her husband, John Washington, owned by Mr. Ingram, of Northumberland co, Eastern shore, and is supposed to be making her way to the Yankees. I will give a reward for her delivery to me of $300. Blair Burwell, M D. Cor Leigh and 6th sts. fe 2--4t