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From Staunton — further particulars of the late fight. The Lynchburg Virginia, of Wednesday, says: We received some additional particulars, through Gen. Meem, last evening, of affairs in the Valley. The Yankees look possession of Staunton at two o'clock on Monday. They claim to have captured 700 prisoners, including 53 commissioned officers. Among these is Col. Brown, who was badly wounded. Crook has joined Hunter, and their united forces are reported to be about 14,000. Col O'Ferrell was sent with a flag of truce to the enemy to ask for the body of Gen. Jones, and was assured that he had been decently interred and his grave marked. The Yankees admitted to Col. O'Ferrell that they had been roughly handled. It is not supposed that they will be able to occupy Staunton long; but we refrain making publication of the position or number of the forces that may be relied upon to clear the Valley of these marauders. We find the following in the Charlott