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A Sawyer Wanted. --I wish to buy or hire a Negro Man who understands the management of a steam saw mill, particularly keeping the saw in order. For further particulars, address D. C. K., box No. 6, Dublin, Virginia. de 20--10t
nd drove it back, capturing forty prisoners. "This morning, Torbert attacked Lomax near Gordonsville, and was repulsed and severely punished. He is retreating, and Lomax preparing to follow. "R. E. Lee." From Southwestern Virginia. The following private dispatch contains the latest authentic intelligence we have from Southwestern Virginia. It is reported that Breckinridge had overtaken the enemy a short distance beyond Marion, and that a fight was going on Wednesday: "Dublin, December 20, 1864. "A dispatch, from General Breckinridge to-day, dated at Mount Airy, sixteen miles west of Wytheville, says he had fought the enemy for two days, successfully, near Marion. The enemy had retired from his front; but whether they were retreating to East Tennessee or not, he had not ascertained." From North Carolina. From our telegram from Wilmington it will be seen that the Yankee fleet, which was driven out to sea by the gale of Thursday, has partially return