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Another "raid" by Stuart's cavalry. The New York Herald, of the 22d November, to a visit of a large force of Stuart's rebel army to Warrenton, 'probably with a view to take a dash upon the Union lines in their accustomed edacious manner." From a gentleman who principled in this little affair we learn that Col , with a portiStuart's rebel army to Warrenton, 'probably with a view to take a dash upon the Union lines in their accustomed edacious manner." From a gentleman who principled in this little affair we learn that Col , with a portion of Stuart's command, visited Warrenton at the time alluded to, and drove out in Yankees remaining there without the slightest on their part. In their flight they abandoned a large quantity of sutler's stores, and our the missives freely to wines, preserved cigars, boots, and other articles of luxury and substance. Colonel Stuart's command, visited Warrenton at the time alluded to, and drove out in Yankees remaining there without the slightest on their part. In their flight they abandoned a large quantity of sutler's stores, and our the missives freely to wines, preserved cigars, boots, and other articles of luxury and substance. Colonel Rosser, who was formerly with the Washington Artillery, of New Orleans, has greatly distinguished himself in and we are pleased to hear that he has been promoted to the rank of a Brigadier-General.
royed a cloth mill, and took possession of some flour belonging to the rebels. With regard to the movement of the rebels, it was as certained that Jackson's column moved to Front Royal on Saturday and Sunday, returned to Winchester on Monday, and from thence moved his army to war is the Ferry next day, establishing his headquarters between Milwood and Berryville. Yesterday General Sigel received information through his scouts that Stonewall Jackson was at Upperville near Paris, and General Stuart at Salem, just beyond Thoroughfare Gap they have strong pickets thrown out in every direction. The whereabouts of Jackson thus continues, as heretofore, a most mystical affair. Affairs on the Peninsula. A dispatch from Fortress Monroe, dated the 26th, says: The rebel guerrillas up Mobjack have been shooting our pickets, and Gen. Neglee, Military Governor of Yorktown, a few days since ordered an expedition into the bay to destroy all the buildings inhabited by the rebels