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g George, have lost 100 negroes; Mr. Fitzhugh, and almost every one in that immediate section, more or less. It is estimated that King George county has lost 300 negroes within the last week. Mr. Arthur Bernard has lost five from his farm in Westmoreland, Mr. Daniel Coakley, of King George, nearly all of his, &c., &c. We understand that a large number of negroes have been captured by our pickets and returned to their masters. Reported skirmish We have a report that during last night Captain Murphy's Westmoreland county Cavalry, (of the Lee Legion,) had a skirmish with the enemy near Chatterton, close to the Potomac, and that we lost three killed and several wounded. The enemy were reported as several hundred strong. Another report has reached us, believed to be later, that we lost none either killed or wounded. An Adventure On Monday, a small party of Federal came to Dr. --'s house in the upper part of Stafford, and after getting something to eat left.