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, of the fight at Fairfax Court-House. Lientenant Tompkins, who commanded the company, was severelny B, of the Second Cavalry, commanded by Lieut. Tompkins, the commanding officer, being too unwell for further disposition. As soon as Lieut. Tompkins recovers, a less hurried report than this guard, just before entering the village, Lieut. Tompkins rode up to the rebels and replied "Cavalrnsfield on his parole. account by Lieut, Tompkins. Washington. June 1.--A special messengek Fifth Regiment, where he conversed with Lieut. Tompkins. He supplies a statement from that officof three men. One was taken prisoner, and Lieut. Tompkins said he would hang him if he did not tellere killed. Two horses were shot under Lieutenant Tompkins. A third, his own, was shot in the neckas no opportunity to get him off. "But," said Tompkins, "I think even they will give him Christian b heartily, "I know I killed more." Lieutenant Tompkins is described as a modest man. He is a W[1 more...]