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hand was exceedingly light. Perhaps three hundred bales were used at Fort-Zollicoffer, a little below Nashville, in building breastworks. This would, of course, be a proper capture Whether it was attended to or not, I have not learned. I have heard of two or three hundred bales in private hands, but have yet to hear of anything beyond a hundred and fifty bales in any one place. Most of the cotton in this State is still in the hands of planters and a good deal of it will turn up in Rutherford, Williamson, Maury, and Giles counties. The Yankee account of a skirmish near Winchester. On Saturday, 22d instant, about 1 o'clock, small parties of Ashby's cavalry came with in sight of the Federal pickets, and a series of desultory firing took place between them. This continued for some time without effect on either side, until about three or four o'clock in the afternoon, when the enemy made their appearance in large numbers and commenced driving in the pickets. A messenger