The battle of Winchester, Va., between the National forces under General R. H.  Milroy, and the rebel General Ewell, ended this day.--(Doc. 11.)
Captain Hare, of the Mounted Provost-Guard, attacked Hine's guerrillas at Wilson's Creek, near Boston, Ky., killing four and capturing five prisoners and twenty-five horses, and a lot of rifles and equipments. The rebels fled. There was no loss on the National side.--the army of the Potomac commenced its march for the relief of Maryland and Pennsylvania, these States being threatened by a large body of rebels under General Lee.--the negroes of Pennsylvania were called upon by Governor Curtin to furnish troops for the defence of the Government.--A party of rebel cavalry intercepted the cars at Elizabethtown, Ky., capturing sixty horses and committing other depredations.--the town of Eunice,----, was destroyed by the National gunboat Marmora.--the bark Good Hope, in lat. 22° 49′ south, long. 42° 09′ west, was captured and burned by the rebel privateer Georgia.--the schooner Fashion, from Mobile, was captured “off the island of Cuba,” by the United States steamer Juniata.--A public meeting was held in Montgomery County, Indiana, at which a resolution was passed, declaring that no enrolment of militia in that county should take place, and a committee was appointed, who waited on the Commissioner and read the resolution, and notified him that an attempt to enroll would be at his peril.--Berryville, Va., was evacuated by the Union troops under Colonel Andrew T. McReynolds, it having been ascertained that Rodes's division of General Ewell's corps of rebels was advancing upon that place.