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lly quartermaster's) and then marched to join Grant. Scouts say that the enemy have abandoned the line of the Orange railway, and no cars are running on it. It is supposed that Grant now intends to make Fredericksburg his base. Ewell holds the road leading to Germanna, Ford, but the enemy still have two fords by which to recross the river to Culpeper if they wish. Stuart was yesterday engaged with the enemy on our right, and it was reported he was compelled to give back until Hampton joined him, when he forced the enemy to retire. The enemy's losses thus far are estimated at 18,000. Ours will reach 7,000. The Yankee Gen. Hayes is certainly killed. Wads worth is wounded and a prisoner — he may recover. Oglesby is reported killed. Twenty four hundred privates and one hundred commissioned officers thus far have been registered here, not including the Yankee wounded, of which we captured some 1,500, chiefly in front of Hill and Longstreet on Friday. Our men b