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diers as they retreated past it, but we do not know that any one was killed on our side, though a few were wounded. Captain Jenifer and a few of his men have reached. Wytheville, and this gave rise to a high state of excitement in some of the villtement was caused by the enemy advancing into mercer county, some 1,000 1,500 strong. Our small cavalry force, under Col. Jenifer, attacked them on or near Flat Top mountain, when a sharp skirmish ensured. Insisting some four or five hours, in whi fifty killed and wounded, besides capturing some fifteen prisoners. In the retreat of the enemy, by some means Colonel Jenifer got it into his head that the enemy were being reinforced, when he ordered his men to make their escape. He made hie being made to meet the enemy, should he advance, though it is said no enemy is within fifteen miles of Princeton. Colonel Jenifer was certain alarmed. The ram Mississippi. We find the following paragraph in the local column of the Vicksb