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undred rebel infantry, with one piece of artillery, to leave in great hastes from Raccoon Ford, where soon after General Gregg crossed with his division. Here a Lieutenant and thirteen privates of a rebel artillery company were captured. Near this point an army beef contractor was overhauled and $28,000 in Confederate bonds taken from him. A rebel engineer with a wagon load of material was also captured on the road. Friday morning heard cannonading on the right, which proved to be Gen. Averill's command having a little fight with the enemy at Rapidan Station, on the Orange and Alexandria railroad. Next day got close upon the heels of a large rebel force at Orange Springs, who, to escape, abandoned wagons, provisions, etc; captured a lieutenant of Jackson's staff returning from leave of absences. At night camped at Greenwood, just outside of Louisa Court-House. The town was surrounded and Col Kirkpatrick took possession of the place at 6 o'clock A. M. May 2d, without oppositi