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epredations on private property possible during their short stay on the Danville road. At Powhatan they took all of Mr. Gates's provisions except a small quantity saved by a negro, broke his buggy, cut his harness, and destroyed everything in his store. Others were treated in like manner. At Coalfield they stole from a lady eight hundred dollars belonging to the telegraph operator. They arrested some citizens, but let them go after detaining them a short time. A telegram from Mr. James L. Morrow, Superintendent of the telegraph line, confirms the above, and gives substantially the same particulars. Operations in Northern Virginia. The following dispatches, from the agent of the Associated Press, comprise all we behave in addition from Gen. Lee's army. It will be seen that the slaughter of the enemy thus far has been immense, and if it keeps on at this rate their movement "on to Richmond" will be finally checked. With regard to the sixteen pieces of artillery taken