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Rock battle. --Ambrose, slave of Mrs. Cox, was arraigned before the Mayor yesterday for reviving this played-out species of juvenile amusement. Ambrose was smitten by order of the Mayor, but not with a rock.
al terms of our having gained a considerable advantage in the affair, but do not state particulars concerning it. Another portion of Gen. Rosencranz' army, under Gen. Cox, is on the way to intercept Wise's retreat. Cries for help. It is said that Gen. Lyon, in Missouri, and Gen. Rosencranz, in Western Virginia, have bothdelay. By command of Lieut. Gen. Scott. E. D. Townsend, Ass't Adjt. General. From the Kanawha Valley. The Northern telegrams inform us that Gen. Cox, on the 29th ult., sent a dispatch to Gen. Rosencranz, announcing his arrival at Gauley Bridge, which had been destroyed by Gen.Wise; that it would require three days to construct a floating bridge across the river; and that Wise fells trees across the road and destroys all the bridges on his route. Cox further says that he captured 1,000 flint lock muskets and a small quantity of powder, left behind by the "retreating rebels." Gen. Patterson makes another speech. Gen. Patterson