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the 10th instant--one day later. Gold was quoted at 187 3-8. Sheridan's progress — his fight with Early — attack by Rosser. A dispatch from Cumberland, Maryland, states that official information has been received that Colonel Thompson, of t fork of the Shenandoah, near Mount Jackson, where they were met by a small but determined rebel cavalry force, under General Rosser. It appears he followed our troops from Staunton, and watched an opportunity to rescue the rebel prisoners. He waitajor Force,--who suddenly changed direction, faced the rebels, and, with sabres in hand, and a cheer and a dash, he drove Rosser and his men in retreat up the pike towards Staunton, capturing twenty-seven rebels and killing fifteen others. This charge drove Rosser so far to the rear that he did not trouble our troops again. When our troops reached Waynesboro', General Sheridan sent four couriers, each with a copy of an order to General Hancock, to send a brigade of infantry and one of cava