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The raid around Richmond — Capture of parties of the enemy — the fighting on the Brook road and on Green's Farm. Since our yesterday's issue, some additional particulars have reached us of the operations of the enemy on Tuesday. Kilpatrick's division, marching by the mountain road from Louisa, reached the Brook about 9 o'clock A. M., and quartered upon Mrs. Hillyard's farm. They sent forward a detachment with eight pieces of cannon along the Brook road to the vicinity of Battery No. 9, Brook road to the vicinity of Battery No. 9, and formed a line of battle on Mrs. Taylor's farm, about one mile and a quarter from the battery. The line was formed of cannon, supported by dismounted sharpshooters. The latter approached during the artillery duel which ensued to within 175 yards of the battery, being shielded by Col. J. A. Parker's house, near the turnpike From this point they succeeded in killing one and wounding three of our men, belonging to the command of Col. Stephens, at the battery. They were finally driven off by