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ed the captain of the Secession company (Capt. Shrieves) and two privates. They saw them fall from their horses and picked up and dragged off into the woods by their companions. Col. Stone is at Darrington with the Ninth New York Regiment, four miles above Seneca Mills. His command was fired upon by this same cavalry company yesterday evening, and two of the enemy's balls were picked up. They were the long range Minnie musket balls. During the skirmish Major Wall, Col. Everett and Col. Styles, of the New York Ninth Regiment, took muskets and entered into the fun with no little zest. The enemy burnt a bridge some two miles from Seneca, which crosses a branch of the Potomac, over which the Federal forces must cross if they advance across the river. A party of some thirty or more of the enemy are throwing up an earth work on a high hill opposite Seneca Mills, and the Federal troops, with a glass, can see them working at it. P. S.--A gentleman who rode down the tow-path of