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d at Tunstall's Station from the White House, and to be extending up the York River Railroad. They state that they belong to Butter's forces. Respectfully, B. E. Lee, Gen. The skirmishing along the lines is represented to have been very heavy, particularly at a late hour in the evening. The severest fighting was abou popular citizens of South Carolina. His heart and soul were enlisted in the cause of Southern independence, for which he has at length given up his life. General Lee's dispatch confirms the report we published yesterday, that the advance of Batler's troops had reached Tunstall's Station, on the York River Railroad. It was rh N. C. About three o'clock yesterday evening Wilson's division of Yankee cavalry, having started on a raid, had gotten as far as Ashland, where they met W H F Lee's division. A brisk fight ensued. Soon after the fight began Rosser came in upon their rear and flank, and quickly put them to rout, pursuing them some four or fi