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low our cavalry picket station, and cut off them at title last named point. A Lieutenant his among those thus taken. Our patrols and pickets below the station mare for town, and arrived at our advanced signal station just as a negro reaches here bringing information of the enemy's approach in force, Through the extraordinary promptness of the signal officer there--Lieut. Theyer--who signalized from his station the enemy were firing at him and his assistants, the news was communicated to Gen. Peck by Lieut. Tumblin, also of the signal corps, and by the use of the instruments of this corps the whole force — infantry, artillery, and cavalry — was got ready for immediate action. The attacking force, as usual, was cavalry. In an incredibly short space of time our whole force was under arms, manning the defences, and our cavalry out on the roads, on a trot march, to give the enemy the benefit of a hasty but warm reception. Gen. Feck was out, too, from his headquarters, to the executi