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The next day they attacked with two brigades and six pieces of artillery, and were again driven back. "General Lomax reports our loss very slight. "Colonel Mosby reports that, since the advance of the enemy up the Manassas Gap railroad, he has killed, wounded and captured over three hundred, his loss being four wounded s reiterating the scenes of the Valley of Virginia — burning both houses and barns, capturing the citizens and forcing them to ride on the railroad cars to prevent Mosby's firing into the trains. They need not, however, lay this flattering auction to their souls, for Morby knows very well how to foil them; and, indeed, any one who knows the way and uncompromising partisan, will vouch for it, that if Colonel Mosby knew that all who were dear to him were on a train, he would not, on that account, hesitate to attack it, provided he were assured that the good of his country demanded the sacrifice. From Tennessee. General Vaughn is still at work in