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as renewed on Friday morning--that on Thursday we captured about 600 prisoners, but the enemy receiving heavy reinforcements during the night, renewed the attack the next morning, recapturing 400 of the prisoners. Our men were subsequently reinforced and the enemy driven back. A gentleman who left Winchester on Saturday morning, and arrived here last night, says about 230 prisoners reached that town on Friday night, who were captured in a cavalry fight at Aldie, in Loudoun county, on Thursday. This is perhaps the engagement first reported. The gentleman alluded to did not learn anything with reference to the fight or the loss sustained by us, but was under the impression that it was not considerable. The number of prisoners captured at Winchester has been over-estimated by our previous accounts. The actual number captured at Winchester and Martinsburg will not exceed 3,600. These are on the way up the Valley, and it is probable the advance reached Staunton last night.
Harrisburg dispatches stating that the rebel cavalry were at Berryville and Martinsburg, and that 'hard fighting was going on,' caused great terror, and when, on thming rebel force, with artillery, four miles this side of Winchester, on the Martinsburg road, and after a desperate fight of two hours I got through. We were pster, at the junction of the road leading from Berryville to Bunker Hill and Martinsburg, they were intercepted by a strong rebel force, with artillery, and strongly which is their nearest approach to Harrisburg. The regiments engaged at Martinsburg were the One-hundred-and first New York, Second Maryland, and the ThirteenthHarrisburg to Lancaster. The refugees represent that the rebel attack at Martinsburg was by a force of four thousand mounted riflemen — a detachment from the mais in motion, and will follow Gen. Lee's army wherever the latter goes. Martinsburg this morning is in the possession of Gen. Ewell, who holds it with his two d
From Northern Virginia. The accounts which we continue to receive in regard to the operations of our army under Gen. Lee are cheering. There is no longer any doubt that the advance of our army has crossed the Potomac, and a portion of it has even penetrated Pennsylvania. We learn from a gentleman, who left Martinsburg a few days ago, that on Tuesday last we had one division of infantry at Hagerstown and others in the neighborhood, and that the cavalry commands of imboden and Jenkins reached Chambersburg on Tuesday night. On Wednesday morning they commenced the destruction of the public property at that place, and removing the stores southward. Harper's Ferry is said to be invested by a corps of our army. Everything indicates a general forward movement northward.