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f Sigel. The Staunton Spectator has the following additional particulars about the defeat of Sigel: On Friday evening last the forces under command of Gen. Imboden had a skirmish with the advance guard of Sigel's forces at New Market, in Shenandoah county, in which the enemy were driven back and a part of them captured, tankees and two negroes (prisoners) arrived here on yesterday evening. At that time Gen. Breckinridge was on the march from this place, on his way to reinforce Gen. Imboden. He arrived in time on Saturday to form his line of battle about a mile south of New Market, and near the boundary line between the counties of Rockingham andm." Our loss was considerable, though up to this time (Monday evening) we have been unable to learn the extent of it. We have heard that the 62d regiment, of Imboden's command, lost seven captains killed and wounded. We have learned the names of none of these captains except that of Capt. Currence, who was killed. The Cad