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nflict of the meal of victory.--With our little army — scares 3,500 strong in the engagement--Gen. Jackson fought 18,000 of the foe for three hours, and only yielded the field when night closed in upo fought in the battle of Sunday last were never drawn up in line of battle. The testimony of Gen. Jackson is, that every man acted the hero. The loss on both sides is very heavy; our own from 30e of his regiment. This regiment is said to have sustained a loss of about one hundred. Gen. Jackson had fallen back as far as Woodstock, point he was stationed on Tuesday night. The gallallowing dispatch was received by Gov. Letcher last evening. Staunton, March 26 --Gen. Jackson's army is between Mount Jackson and Woodstock, in good condition. Col. Echols was wounded in Captains Robertson and Hollaway are wounded and taken prisoners. Lieut. Junkin, instead of Major Jackson, is missing, 150 wounded arrived here this evening. The Yankees fired on our flag of truce,