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ey fled to their gunboats for protection and there they will stay, unless they go to Memphis, or come here. If the latter, Beauregard will recover Tennessee and step at once into Kentucky on his way to Ohio. It was rumored yesterday that General Heth had given the enemy a sound drubbing near Giles Court-House, and captured all his commissary stores, &c. The report was repeated to us as coming from the War Office. No doubt, before this paper goes to press, the truth will be known, and reported in our news columns. We have not the least doubt, it General Heth has met the enemy, he has beaten them, for we have great confidence in his abilities, which will be sure to make them selves known and fell whenever an opportunity is afforded him. For further information with regard to war matters, we must refer the reader to our regular war column. We have thrown together in a short compass the incidents above recorded, that our readers may see from inspecting the whole field at a si
are chronicle the fact from well au reports. It is understood that back was destroyed, and such ma the Navy Yard as could not be re the same fate. The report is of the enemy marched the city yesterday morning. last evening, a rumor prevailed that a engagement came off yesterday near monkey river, to the county of New. The late hour at which we received more prevented us from tracing its Further than this we have nothing the army of Gen. Johnston. under the proper heads will the reader of affairs in the South regard has made another dash at enemy, and obtained an advantage over Affairs in that direction are quite not encouraging. in the day yesterday it was stated and believed, that a brilliant had been place at Giles Court House, Southwestern Virginia, in which the enemy there completely routed by our forces un Gen Heth. This information was to be in possession of the War Department but upon application at that office we it to be incorrect.