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Sigel's force towards Leesburg by way of Drainesville, returned yesterday, and reported that General Stuart's rebel cavalry occupied Leesburg from Sunday morning until 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. Theiing all the damage possible to the Florida, the rebels abandoned the battery. The end of Gen. Stuart's Raid. The Washington Star, of Wednesday afternoon, says: We are sure, from informace of the enemy, consisting of infantry, and artillery, approached within supporting distance of Stuart, coming down the Winchester turnpike. General Lee's idea evidently was that a dash would be made with a small force from this vicinity upon Stuart at Leesburg, expecting that he was there entirely unsupported. Due care, however, was taken by Stuart to move off for Winchester are a lapse of timeStuart to move off for Winchester are a lapse of time sufficient for a considerable force from the vicinity to get up to him. The New York Market — gold 1351. The New York Herald, of the 17th, says: The stock market was, active yesterday,