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retained in durance. That night a body of cavalry under Gen. Stuart pushed in to Catlett's Station and surprised and destroythan it is believed they can be. Federal account of Gen. Stuart's dash on Manassas. The Washington correspondent of the New York Tribune gives the following account of General Stuart's dash on Manassas: Another raid of the bold rebel General Stuart it falls upon me to chronicle. Last evening we received the news that the Army of Virginia had again taken tg the whole city was startled by the intelligence that General Stuart had dashed upon Manassas Junction in the night, torn utaken, but all say that we lost at least a battery. Gen. Stuart is supposed to have got in the rear of Gen. Pope via Tholdest one of the war, but it is reported this evening that Stuart did not escape without great loss, if he has escaped at al. Manassas, therefore, must be clear of the rebels, and Gen. Stuart, if not taken, is probably winding his way through the B
Arrival of exchanged prisoners. --About two hundred Confederate exchanged prisoners arrived in this city yesterday. Among the officers was Maj. Norman R. Fitchugh, A. A. Gen. of Stuart's Cavalry Division, a brave officer, who was captured a short time since. Miss Bells Boyd, of Winchester, who has become celebrated from the fear in which the Yankees held her, was also among those who arrived.