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but the stealthy movements of the foe were discovered, and they were speedily driven back. The late brilliant achievement of Hampton's cavalry. We have received a more detailed account of the defeat of Sheridan's forces by our cavalry under Generals Hampton and Fitz Lee, which not only confirms previous intelligence, but shows that the enemy were thoroughly beaten and demoralized. As heretofore stated, skirmishing commenced on Saturday, the 11th instant, a few miles this side of Trevillian's depot, on the Central Railroad; and while Hampton engaged the enemy on the front, in the vicinity of the railroad, Fitz Lee attacked them in the flank, this side of Louisiana Court House. This was about 10 o'clock in the forenoon. At noon the Yankees succeeded in capturing our wagon train, several led horses and a number of prisoners; but their triumph was of brief duration, for Rosser's brigade, which was posted on the Cordonsville road, being immediately ordered to the rescue, not on