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ls in regard to the prosecution of the war. On Wednesday night an unfortunate affair occurred near Acco nck, some five or six miles below Fairfax Station. Capt. Waring, of the "Georgia Hussars," while on picket duty, took a detachment of his company and started on a scout towards Annandale. About midnight the party reached aere by wires across the road and immediately afterwards a volley from an ambuscade. The troop fell back a short distance, formed and fired in return, and then Capt. Waring gave the command "charge" in a loud tone of voice, and the Federals ran. The "Hussars" retired immediately, with the loss of one man killed and one captured, inging to private Cuthbert, who was wounded, in the leg, the same charge injuring the horse. The saddle, bridle and equipments were complete, and were taken by Capt. Waring. The Yankees dropped a hatchet and a dirk knife, which fall into the hands of Burke, who recently escaped from the hands of the enemy, and whose story I shall