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Cavalry fight at Moorefield.--capture of Yankees by McNeill and Hobson. --In the early part of last week, Capt. Hobson, who commands a company of cavalry in the Valley of Virginia, learned that the enemy in some force were at Moorefield and Petersburg, in Hardy county. With his company he determined to surprise or attack onant and lamented Ashby. The two having united their forces, made a dash upon Moorefield just before daylight on Friday morning last. The enemy were completely surprnel commanding the Yankee forces made his escape, and ran through the town of Moorefield in a state bordering on nudity. Capts. McNeill and Hobson, with their cathe Howard's Lick road, for Gen. Imboden's camp. When about eight miles from Moorefield they were attacked by the Yankee force from Petersburg, who fired upon the cad thereto, and recapturing an ambulance which had been taken by our forces at Moorefield. The prisoners and the balance of the equipments were brought off safely, an
Prison Hems. --At Castle Thunder yesterday John Harding, of 2d Georgia regiment, and E. Crump, 25th Va. battalion, were committed; the former for alluring date of passport, and the latter for trading with the Yankees. At the Libby prison one hundred and forty-seven prisoners were received, captured by Capt. McNeill, at Moorefield. Among them were several commissioned officers.