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Capture of Yankee raiders. Lynchburg, July 21. --Passengers by the Tennessee train report that the Wytheville Yankee raiders were captured Monday at East River Mountain, Mercer county, by the command of Col. McCausland. A number of negroes and horses, captured by the Yankees, were recaptured by our forces. About twenty houses were burned in Wytheville, among them the office of the Dispatch, with type and fixtures.
From Gen. Lee's army Winchester, July 21. --These new from our army. All many reports regarding the Yankees, but nothing positive. It is the have recrossed the Potomac, but in force or towards what position they are making is unknown. Their movements are all known to Gen Lee, who is making ments accordingly. It is rumored to-day that there riot in Philadelphia.