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The defeat of Wilson's raiders.[Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. Stony Creek Depot, Sussex county, Va, July 2, 1864. The cavalry under the command of Gen. Hampton have had a glorious time in this vicinity with the Yankee raiders, and have won imperishable laurels in the last few weeks. After almost driving Sheridan in the James river, on the north side, and placing so many of his licensed thieves hors de combat, a portion of our cavalry came over this side to see after Wilson'
dwin, mortally wounded; corp'l Joseph R Giles, killed; J McGehee and J. Baber, slightly wounded; Chas Maupin, missing.
Company H--F Sternbanck, killed; M Johnson, wounded.
Company I--B Davis, wounded.
Company K--R J Arrington, wounded.
I have been informed that the entire number a prisoners captured in the last few days by the commands of Gens Hampton, Fitz Lee and Mahone, will sum up 1,200; also fifteen pieces of excellent artillery, and the enemy's wagon and ambulance trains.
J S H.