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run out of the Sandy Valley by Gen. Marshall's forces, made an advance up Sandy river again last week, and succeeded in re-taking possession of Prestonsburg and Pikesville.--Several of the citizens of Prestonsburg, hearing of the approach of the enemy, escaped to Pikesville, but ere they had been there long, they discovered that tPikesville, but ere they had been there long, they discovered that the town was surrounded by the Yankees, who had come by the way of John's creek, and they were compelled to surrender themselves as prisoners of war.--We are sorry to learn that among these are several of our acquaintances, and men that will be a great loss to our cause in that section, viz:--Alexander Martin, (son of Hon. J. P. Martin,) Milton Frieze, Hugh Williamson, and a few others — in all, some six or eight. After taking possession of Pikesville, the enemy, in cold blood, murdered Judge Wm. Cecil, an old citizen of the place, who had been previously wounded. We learn also from Mr. Stone, that the enemy's force is in camp at Paintsville, and