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ttanooga before night" It seems that Col. Adams, of Adams's Cavalry, was surprised near Jasper, Tenn, and that he had his entire command completely routed. Reports differ in regard to casualtieand, numbering eight hundred men. The Feds are reported to be three thousand strong, and were at Jasper yesterday. I have just seen some of the men who have just come in, and they say that a port horse on the field of the fight and took to the woods afoot. The fight was 12 miles beyond Jasper, at the foot of the mountain towards Winchester. I will endeavor to give you further particularred and twenty-five in number, under command of Col. Wood, went on a scouting expedition towards Jasper, a town in Tennessee, about twenty miles from Chattanooga. When six mills beyond Jasper they weJasper they were surrounded and surprised by an over whelming number of the enemy, composed of cavalry, infantry and artillery, who commenced shelling them. Perceiving his critical condition, Col. Wood directed th