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ed as evacuating it. Few of the enemy are found in that direction. To-day there has been constant skirmishing on the Bardsworth turnpike, near Mt. Washington. The rebels are reported as being 10,000 strong on the southern bank of the fork of Salt river. They are fortifying their positions among bills, and receiving heavy reinforcements, some say as high as 40 men. One advance occupies the northern bank of the river, and is waiting to-day for the main body of our army to come up. A fighill not run any further away, and our army intends to advance and give them battle. Gen. Dumont, of Indiana, left for the field to-day. Capt. Hartley, of the 4th Indiana cavalry, says that the enemy claim 30,000 troops on the east fork of Salt river. A battle is certain on the morrow.--In the skirmishes to-day we had two men killed and ten wounded. Enemy's loss unknown. A great many deserters are coming in front the rebel lines. The Address of loyal Governors to the President.