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repelling the enemy. this they were successful, 18 of the Hessian having been killed. Two of Ashby's men were killed outright, and a number surrounded Capt. A. received four severe wounded and hifairs during this war occurrred last Wednesday near Rom-ney between a small detachment of Colonel Turner Ashby's Cavalry and a party of of Lincoln's Cavalry. Capt. Dick, Ashby first encountered the Ashby first encountered the enemy with 11 men, and was himself, it was feared, fatally wounded, but as we have since learned from a passenger direct from Winchester, it is now hoped will recover — as were also two others of his party, said to be Marylanders. Turner Ashby being not far off, heard the ring, and with eight men charged the enemy, prove them in the utmost confusion across the river, killing 20 men and taking a number of their horses, accoutrements, &c. Col. Ashby w five with his own hand. This is said at chester to have been the most splendid air during the campaign. This was brought by a gentle