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rom Grant, will doubtless make it at least five times that number. The Petersburg train last evening brought over fifty prisoners, twenty-eight of whom, we understand, were captured by the military on the Southside Railroad, and a portion of the residue were deserters. cavalry achievement--de raiders — capture prisoners, Stc. We have received the particulars of a very handsome achievement of Hampton's cavalry in Charles City county, on Friday last. It appears that Gregg's and Torbett's divisions of Sheridan's Yankee cavalry (the latter commanded by Gen Custar) advanced on Thursday evening from the Chickahominy to Samaria Church, near Nance's Shop.--General Hampton, observing this movement, allowed them to get in his rear, and on Friday morning it was discovered that they had thrown up two lines of breastworks. Now was Hampton's opportunity, and he accordingly took advantage of it, with what success the sequel will show. By a well executed flank movement, he succeeded