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ndeavoring to make their way into the rear of Col. Williams, in order to cut off his supplies, and the artillery supposed to be on its way to Col. W. Our force here numbered some 200, under command of Capt. H. Harris. The enemy numbered some 1,500 or 2,000. We were repulsed, with the loss of some 2 or 3. The Captain reports the enemy's loss at from 10 to 12--among the number the vile traitor of that county, Aaron Fulkerson. A sharp skirmish was also had on the same day at the month of Cole, some 4 or 5 miles below, where Captain Harris attacked the party referred to. Our force all fell back to Pikesville, and early on Saturday morning took up their line of march for the Pound Gap in Wise county, Virginia, some sixty miles from Abingdon, leaving the main road from this place to the State line open to the enemy. Since their occupation of Pikesville, they (2,000) have advanced to within two and a half miles of our State line. The excitement here is great. The militia of Buc