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ut though a heavy fire was poured into her, she got by. The recent capture at Charlestown was performed by Major Harry Gilmer and Captain John H. McNeill. The regiment captured was the 9th Maryland, which was raised in Baltimore. Col. Wm. L. Jackson has returned from his recent expedition to Northwestern Virginia. One of his batteries was sent in the direction of Huttonsville to divert the attention of the Yankee General Averill, whilst Gol. J., with another portion of the forces undeck houses at the salt works, the outer of which was carried by storm. Believing the inner works would involve a considerable loss of life to carry them, Col. J. withdrew, followed by the Yankees, when a battle ensued, in which the enemy were beaten back to their works, with heavy loss in killed and wounded and prisoners. Our loss was eight killed and twelve wounded. Just before this movement Jackson sent a detachment into Upshur county, which captured and brought out ninety-eight prisoners.