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f a very encouraging character. As has been already announced, Jackson fell back from the Potomac in order to meet the forces of the enemy, which, under Fremont, Dix and Shields, were endeavoring to get in his rear. Retreating from Winchester, carrying along the stores and guns captured there, he made a stand near Port Republic, in Rockingham county, a short distance this side South river. Sunday morning the enemy crossed the river in two columns and made an attack, Fremont being pitted against Ewell and Shields against Jackson. After a short conflict Fremont was completely routed, and was hotly pursued by Ewell, while Jackson held Shields in check, and was priming him against the Shenandoah. In the battle, Gens. Elzy and Stuart were slightly wounded. We captured several pieces of artillery and many prisoners. Considering the position, it was confidently expected that Shields would be seriously cut up yesterday, if not captured. For further particulars see telegraph head.