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— officers and men — are resolute, and confident of their ability to whip them in a fair contest. It is stated that there are seven monitors in the river, and they doubtless contemplate an attack in front on Drewry's Bluff. The boats yesterday brought up a few --among them Col. Clark, of North Carolina, and Major Clark, of the 15th Va. regiment. Our losses thus far have not been heavy. The raid on the Danville railroad--Destruction of property. A force of Yankee cavalry, under Spears, the same that made the raid on the Weldon railroad, struck the Richmond and Danville Railroad on Thursday night at ten o'clock, at the Coalfield Station, thirteen miles from Richmond. Here they remained at night, destroying the depot, wood shed, water tank, and five box cars loaded with On Friday morning at daylight they took their departure from Coalfield, back to the road again within a mile of Tomahawk Station, and reached Powhatan about eight o'clock. Here they burnt the depot, freigh