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ee's Station and stated that a hot fight was going on about two miles and a half down the road. Persons at Atlee's listened in vain for the sound of the guns, but nothing could be heard. Presently another horseman came in, who said he was just from the front, and that every thing was perfectly quiet. This last statement was the truth, and no one could divine the object alone or by the first "courier," unless it was to get to a sensation. A severe cavalry fight occurred on Saturday, at Haw's shop, in Hanover county, a few miles to the right of the Central Railroad. A form of our cavalry, consisting, we learn, of Rosser's and Workham's brigades, the 4th and 5th regiments of Butler's South Carolina brigade, and the 20th Georgia battalion, all under the command of General Wode Hampton, was sent out to reconnoitre the enemy's position. They came upon a large force of Yankee cavalry in the above mentioned locality, and without hesitation made an attack. In this they were successf