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ple to raise the force needed from voluntary enlistments. A fight occurred in Fleming County, Ky., between the Fifteenth regiment of Michigan volunteers and a superior force of the rebels, which resulted in the repulse of the latter with a heavy loss. The National casualties were fifteen killed and thirty wounded. Yesterday, in latitude twelve degrees north, longitude thirty degrees, the rebel privateer Florida captured the ship B. F. Hoxie, of Mystic, Ct., from Mazatlan for Falmouth, England, with a cargo of logwood, silver bars and thirty tons of silver ore; the bars were valued at five hundred thousand dollars, and the ore at a similar amount. The bars were conveyed on board the Florida, and the ore was sunk in the ship to-day. Harper's Ferry, Va., was invested by the rebels, while the National troops held Maryland Heights in large force.--the Councils of Baltimore, Md., appropriated four hundred thousand dollars for bounties.--Colonel De Courcey, with parts of the