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ght in killed for so heavy a musketry engagement. The fight on the left was one continuous roll of musketry for an hour or more. No General officers were injured. Col. Heg and Col. Bradley, commanding brigades, were wounded. Col. Jones, of the 36th Ohio regiment, and Col. Carroll and Maj. Vannetta, of the 10th Indiana regiment, were also wounded. Lieut. Jones, of company A, 10th Indiana regiment, was killed. Lieut. Col. Hunt, of the 40th Kentucky regiment, and LieutLieut. Jones, of company A, 10th Indiana regiment, was killed. Lieut. Col. Hunt, of the 40th Kentucky regiment, and Lieut. Col. Maxwell, of the 2d Ohio regiment, were wounded. Lieut. Degraw, Lieut. Ludlow, and Lieut. Fessenden, of battery H, 5th Artillery, were wounded. Lieut. Boyd, of battery I, 4th artillery, and Capt. Brown, of the 31st Illinois regiment, were wounded. Capt. Searies, Assistant-Adjutant-General of Stark weather's brigade, was killed. Battery H, of the 5th artillery, was lost and afterwards recaptured by the 79th Indiana regiment. The battle is not yet over. It will prob
Stealing tobacco. --A white man, named George Turner, was yesterday arrested and lodged in the cage for stealing from the store of Jones & Childrey one box of tobacco, valued at $150.
From Northern Virginia.--severe cavalry fight. --We have to record this morning another cavalry fight on the line of the Rappahannock, in which we fear from the reports that have reached us, our own forces derived but little, if any advantage. The fight took place on Tuesday afternoon, near Liberty Mills, in Madison county. Our force is represented to have consisted of the brigades of Gens. Fitzhugh Lee and Jones, the whole under the command of Gen. Stuart in person. The enemy had advanced in line of battle to within a few miles of Liberty Mills, when they were charged by our cavalry. The centre of the Yankee line gave way, and our men, dashing ahead, soon found themselves confronted by the enemy's infantry, who opened fire upon them. In the meantime their cavalry closed in upon Gen. Stuart's flanks, nearly surrounding him. His men rallied, however, and in a fierce hand-to-hand fight, cut their way out. The extent of our loss in the engagement is not known, being variou