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From Gen. Jacksons command. interesting account of the movements of this command--severe sufferings of the men — Skirmishing with the enemy — Shelling of Hancock, Md. --burning of Capon bridge, & [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Camp "Nary Camp," Camp "Nary Camp," Near, Ungoe's Store, Morgan Co., Va., January 10th, 1862. Gen. Jackson's command is now stationed in the woods around and about here, and as there has been no name given to the encampment, I have christened it "Nary Camp," for we are in the wilderness, each regiment choosing the best ground it could, and no regularity has been observed in laying off an encampment. This command left Winchester on the 1st day of January, and proceeded on the Romney road a short distance, when it filed to the right and marched towards Morgan county. The weather the first day was pleasant, but dusty, the second day was very cold and as the road was a very bad one, our wagons were unable to keep up with the tr