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.--This report is not authenticated. A prisoner captured this morning reports the Confederate force at 5.500. Capture of three companies of Ohio Volunteers. The Cincinnati Enquirer, of Wednesday, the 10th, has the following in relation to the capture of the Ohio volunteers by Capt. O. Jennings Wise: United States Quartermaster John H. Dickerson last evening received a special dispatch from Buckannon, Va., from a reliable source, to the effect that a courier had arrived from Glenville, and that three companies of Col. Connell's Nineteenth Regiment of Ohio Volunteers were besieged and captured by the Confederate forces, three thousand strong, under O. Jennings Wise, and were detained as prisoners of war. Two regiments had been dispatched to their relief and rescue, and report gives it that a fight was inevitable. Affairs at Martinsburg, Va. We take the following from a letter dated Martinsburg, Va., July 10: The arrest of two reporters caused some sensati