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cting the battle on Sunday last, between the forces of General Jackson and Gen. Shields, near Winchester. The belles is entertained in some quarters that General Jackson was most disastrously defeated. Not so, however. General Jackson's gallant liGeneral Jackson's gallant little army maintained their ground fully until the shades of night closed on the felicity contending forces, and compelled eacs indicative of victory, the triumph is on the side of General Jackson. His loss is not over fifty killed and one hundred anegimen, protected by a at no fence. When night came on Gen. Jackson retired with the great body of his army in good order, Battery, Carpenter's Battery, and Chew's Battery. Gen. Jackson has returned to Mt. Jackson, and will be ready, should town of Woodstoes, the county seat of Shenandoah, where Gen. Jackson's army is now in position, is thirty miles south of Wi Lumdrs. It was currently rumored yesterday that Gen. Jackson had been reinforced by Gen. Johnston, and that a battle
the whole war, and the instances of individual gallantly are perhaps, more numerous than in any other engagement since the war commenced. Our correspondent says: History scarcely records such a desperate stand as our little army, under Gen Jackson, made against the fearful odds of at least six of seven to one, from all the most reliable accounts received. From every quarter the intelligence arrives that the enemy numbered from eighteen to twenty thousand or more, while our little Spartge of Col. Echols; the endurance, daring and success of Col. Ashby; the unflinching bravery of Gen Garnett; the cool, determined valor of our ever-undaunted Cols Cummings and Jones, and the resolute, active and over soldiers-like conduct of Maj. Gen. Jackson, make them the admiration of every true-hearted soldier, and should kindle flames of patriotic fire in the bosom of every lover of his country. We should be inspired with gratitude to God for their preservation, with the safety of our litt