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es of the men of Co. "K, " of the 56th regiment Virginia Volunteers, who participated in the protracted fight at Fort Donelson, in February last, I trust you will publish the following it of these who were taken prisoners, but were well and hearty at last accounts.--Sergeants H. C. Earnest, H. T. Tucker and, E. M. Pearce; Corporals Wm. H. Wood and B F. Marshall, privates E. M. Acree, John Adams, D. We Anderson, R. Haskel, Wm. Baley, L. W. Heath, Leo. W. Morgan, Wm. Ingram, A. J. Jenkins, Thos. Jackson, E. W. Kellery, H. P. Kelley,. John S. McGuee, Robt. Richardson, Joseph J. Smythee, Thomas Truman, Thomas J. Truman, Wm. White, P. J. Woods, and William H. Peace. All the balance of the company made their escape and are accounted for.--We deeply regret the loss of our gallant Captain Barrizon who was mortally wounded on the field, and died on the steamer going to Nashville. We have had a hard time of it, but every man has nobly performed his duty. How long our brigade will remain at t
From the Valley. The latest news from Gen. Jackson's command represents that army as having fallen back to Mount Jackson, in the county of Shenandoah, forty-two miles from Winchester, and fifty from Staunton. All the bridges between Mount Jackson and Manassas Junction, on the Manassas Gap Railroad, have been destroyed, whilst the track, for miles has been torn up and rendered useless to the enemy, should they attempt an advance movement. Rumors were prevalent yesterday, to the effect thad useless to the enemy, should they attempt an advance movement. Rumors were prevalent yesterday, to the effect that the enemy had advanced to Front Royal and Woodstock, but we place no reliance in the report. The genius and bravery of Gen. Jackson will buffie any attempt of the enemy to get in his rear and no disaster to our arms is probable in that direction. When the indomitable commander of the "Stonewall" division strikes a blow, Yankee pride will be humbled in the Valley of Virginia.