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ry company. The Michigan men, while scouting, approached near Burk's Station, when they saw a number of stacks of muskets, and put back. They were pursued by the cavalry, and sought refuge in ambush, and succeeded in capturing their pursuers.--The prisoners were immediately brought to town and treated with exceeding kindness.--They appear quite contented. One of them, who is a physician, is writing a statement of his experiences. The names of the prisoners are Dr. Thos. M. Fleming and Samuel Green. Seven thousand yards of cassinet and other military goods were seized at Adams' Express office to-day, consigned to Point of Rocks, via the Alexandria and Loudoun County Railroad. The goods are valued at about $10,000. The seizure of goods in this vicinity belonging to the Confederates will almost pay the expenses of the expedition to this point. The first issue of the soldiers' newspaper, "The Pennsylvania 5th," appeared this evening, printed in fine style, on the old Alexand