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e of 700 of the enemy's cavalry. On the other hand, our tickets captured seven of the enemy this week, not far from Evansport.--They had strayed off from camp, and were without arms. They constitute the advance guard of the "on to Richmond" soldiery, and will get there sooner that their most sanguine expectations could have hoped for. On Tuesday night eight yawl boats, filled with men, were sent ashore from two steamers in the Potomac, at Boyd's Hole. They landed at "Somerset," Mr Henry Fitzhugh's, and without any provocation whatever burnt his newly-erected large dwelling house, together with most. If not all, his out-buildings. It is stated that on a recent cocaston Jim Lawson, the late body servant of Col. John Taylor, who ran away from his master a few weeks ago, landed in a boat at Chatterton, with a number of other negroes, and proceeded to the house, where lie demanded the keys of Mrs. Jones, who was there at the time and, after ransacking the premises, took what