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d the weldon railway, six miles below here, were fortifying, and were spreading in every direction. This of course was behaved to be greatly exaggerated, if not entirely romantic. Gen. M., however, at once moved with his division, by order of Gen. Lee and came up with the "large force," which was engaged in the occupation of destroying the railroad. They proved to be cavalry, and fled at our approach, having destroyed about one hundred and fifty yards of the track, which will be repaired to he Junction. Their design is evidently to damage the road as much as possible, but their career may yet be cheeked. A detachment of the enemy's raiding force was overtaken yesterday morning at Nottoway Court House by our cavalry under Gen. W. F. H. Lee, and a skirmish took place, in which the Yankees were whipped. They then retreated, with the apparent intention of rejoining the main body. From Hunter's forces — official News. Official information from Salem confirms the main fe