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e given. The fight at Woodsonville — fall of Col. Terry--interesting particulars. The Nashville Bannerng in part of Sweet's Artillery and a fragment of Col. Terry's Rangers, was ordered forward from Cave City, nehe enemy had boasted that they intended cutting off "Terry and his d — d wild cats." This Col. Terry endeavoredCol. Terry endeavored to defeat by turning a gap in an adjacent fence and unflanking them.--But in this attempt was unsuccessful, arces did not exceed two hundred and seventy-five. Col. Terry dashed on in advance, having said to Capt. Walkers Captain Walker rode round the fence, just after Col. Terry, he saw both ends of a musket behind a forked treoys had reached the extreme end of it. Just here, Col. Terry--always in the front — discovered a nest of five remaining three of the enemy. The man who killed Col. Terry was a huge raw-boned German, well dressed, and are Belgian musket. The fight ended here. When Col. Terry's fall was announced it at once prostrated his me<
troyed. Loss about $500. The editor's opposition to Government is probably the cause of the outrage. Miscellaneous. In New York on the 20th inst., Virginia 6's were quoted at 46¾ a 47 Tennessee 6's, 41¼ a 41½; North Carolina 6's, 58 a 60; Missouri 6's, 38¼ a 38½. The Colonel Terry, who was killed while commanding the Texas regiment in the recent engagement at the Green River Bridge, in Kentucky, is said, by those who are familiar with the people of Texas, to be a brother of Judge Terry who killed Senator Broderick. Among the distinguished visitors to the city of Washington is General Leslie Combs, of Kentucky, the "Boy Captain" of 1812, as hale and vigorous as a youth, and full of patriotic fervor and energy. Gen. Stevens's brigade, consisting of 4,000 men, now occupy Beaufort, Lady Island, St Helena, and Bay Point. The number of Yankee troops at Port Royal and vicinity, now number -000. Five hundred thousand pounds of had been received at Port Royal when A