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ult of any fight which occurred there, we are not advised, except by idle rumor. We are of the opinion, however, that no fight took place of any consequence. From Baford's Gap the enemy, it is said, continued his retreat in the direction of Salem, with the intention of making his way out by Newcattle and Covington, and a report reached us yesterday that at Hanging Rock, about five miles beyond Salem, on the road to Newcastle, on Wednesday morning last, quite a severe fight took place, in Salem, on the road to Newcastle, on Wednesday morning last, quite a severe fight took place, in which the enemy was badly worsted, losing some 150 men taken prisoners, about 260 horses, four pieces of artillery, and a large number of wagons, together with a number of negroes. The same report adds that the enemy was thrown into the greatest confusion, and that in order to make good their retreat they were burning their caissons and wag one and were divesting themselves of everything calculated to impede celerity of movement. No statement is made of the enemy's killed and wounded or anyt