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s. The most important blow which has yet been struck the daring raiders who attempted to enter this city on Tuesday last was wielded by Lieut. Pollard, of the 9th Virginia cavalry, on Wednesday night about 11 o'clock, in the neighborhood of Walkerton, in King and Queen county. Lieut. P., with the greater portion of his own company, had been watching the movements of the enemy all day on Wednesday in King William, and ascertained that night that Dahlgren, with about two hundred of his deluded followers, had crossed the Mattaponi at Aylett's. With his own men he crossed over and followed the retreating raiders. On reaching the forks of the road, a few miles above Walkerton, Lieutenant P. learned that the enemy had taken the river road, leading to that place. Leaving a few men to follow on after them, he quitted the main road with the larger portion of the force at his disposal, and by a circuitous route and forced march he succeeded in throwing himself in front of the enemy