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e following officers: Lt. Col. Joseph Jones, 59th Va., in leg; Capt J. W. Maddux, co K, 59th Va, in breast; Lt Bryant, co K, 59th Va, in the breast; Lieut Talley, co G, 59th, in the shoulder. Part of the papers and books belonging to the Sussex county clerk's office, which was burnt on Saturday, were left by the enemy at Stony Creek, and thereby saved. The enemy also burnt Sussex C. H. It is now believed that Spears is on his return to Suffolk or Norfolk, to make report of his brilliant operations to headquarters. On Monday, at 12 o'clock, Spears and his command were at the farm of Major B. W. Belsches's, in Sussex county, about 12 or 14 miles from Stony Creek. They had destroyed Major B.'s handsome dwelling, his mill, all his our-house, and committed many other depredations. It is also stated that Spears's ire was particularly excited against Maj. B. because he had heard that it was through the latter's instrumentality his movements had been reported. At Jarra