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y superior to us, including our small supporting force of infantry. Not withstanding this we drove them back handsomely, and captured 200 prisoners and one stand of colors.--They had five large brigades under command of Generals Fitzhugh Lee, W. F. H. Lee, Jones, Field, and Robinson, with sixteen pieces of artillery under Maj. Breckham. They had been reviewed the previous day by Gen. Lee, and were under orders to leave on their grand raid into Maryland and Pennsylvania to-morrow (WednesdayGen. Lee, and were under orders to leave on their grand raid into Maryland and Pennsylvania to-morrow (Wednesday) morning.--Important papers have been captured in the camp of Jones brigade, showing the strength of the whole rebel force and its attentions. The fight was discontinued about 3 o'clock, the rebels falling back upon strong infantry supports, which came up by rail from Culpeper, supposed to be part of Longstreet's force, which, from letters taken, we learn was in that vicinity on Saturday. Our forces returned almost to this side of the river during the afternoon, the enemy to make an