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The Exploit of Stuart's cavalry.Another Federal account. A letter in the Philadelphia Press, dated White House, June 14, gives the fullest Yankee version that we have yet seen of the recent cavalry reconnaissance in the rear of McClellan's army. After staling that the daring "rebels" crossed the Pamunkey "from Prince William county to Garlick's Landing" four miles above the White House, where they burned the vessels and captured and destroyed other property, the writer proceeds: The precise knowledge which the rebels possess of the character of the roads and situation of the country must have been of great service to them on this occasion, and so adroitly did they avail themselves of this knowledge, that before any one here was aware of the fact, they had proceeded as far up the railroad as Tunstall's Station, some five miles from this place. About the time the rebels arrived at Tunstall's Station, one of the trains happened, unfortunately, to be on its way down to Whit
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