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ast night states that a body of Yankees, numbering 15,000, (an exaggeration doubtless,) were at Deitrick's Store, in Goochland county, yesterday, and were taking all the horses and negroes to be found in the neighborhood. From Gen. Lee's army we learn that on Friday we met the enemy at Chancellorsville, in Spotsylvania county, defeated them and drove them back five miles. Among the killed on our side was Major Chauning R. Price, of Richmond, Aid to Gen. Stuart. Among the wounded was Col. Harris, of the 16th Mississippi. It was stated that yesterday there was heavy fighting along the lines; but, as the telegraph lines were down, and there was no railroad communication, of course the report is not to be relied on. The Central train last night, at 7½ o'clock, brought down 59 prisoners captured on Friday. The city has now troops enough within its limits to defend it from any raid of the nature above described, and enough we hope to catch the raid makers. Last night, on the
ght at Fredericksburg. Barksdale's men received them.--Their names I did not hear. They were three mules and a horse. 11 A. M.--A courier, just arrived, reports that Jackson has got between the Yankees and the river. Lee and Jackson were both on the field all night. About 100 prisoners were at headquarters last night. Jackson's old division was on the right and Anderson's on the left. Yankee double-quicking on the other side of the river can't save those on this. 12½ P. M.--Col. Harris, of the 12th Mississippi, was slightly wounded late last evening in the thigh near the plank road; he goes down on the cars to-day. He and a Lieutenant were the only wounded in his regiment. The casualties are reported very few. Two hundred and fifty prisoners were taken in a squad. A report from Fredericksburg, still unoccupied and not fired on, says the enemy crossed last night at Sanford's ford, one mile above Burk's ford, and got into the fight near Deeber's yesterday evening, and