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e. The Yankees have at last heard from Burbridge. It is about the mildest description of a bloody repulse we have ever seen. The telegram is dated at Cincinnati on the 9th instant: General Burbridge, with two thousand five hundred mounted infantry, attacked Saltville, in Southwestern Virginia, where some extensive salt works are located, and carried two redoubts, capturing one hundred and fifty prisoners, besides a large number of horses, mules, cattle, &c Our loss was small. Colonel Mason, of the Eleventh Michigan, was killed, and Colonel Hanson, acting Brigadier-General, was wounded. Finding the place strongly fortified and defended by a large force under Breckinridge and Echols, General Burbridge withdrew during the night, leaving his wounded. The revels Burbridge passed through Covington this afternoon, on the way to Lexington. The defeat of General Ewing in Missouri--his retreat to Rolla. The defeat of General Ewing at Arcadia Valley, Missouri, by Genera