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ay of last week General Meade received information that led him to believe that an extensive rebel raid was contemplated upon his right and rear — information since verified. It was also ascertained that on Thursday night the rebel cavalry under Stuart, and infantry under Ewell, were crossing the Rapidan in the vicinity of Robinson river and making towards Springville, via James City, and I presume it was this information which led to the strategy of the last two days. Gen. Meade was fully h corps extending from Raccoon Ford to Cedar Run; Kilpatrick, supported by the 2d and 3d corps, to the west of Culpeper, from three to four miles distant. Ewell had moved back from his position in the morning, and faced Newton and Sedgwick, while Stuart fronted French, Warren, and Kilpatrick in the vicinity of Bethel Church. Sunday morning, at 1 o'clock, our infantry force, both at the Rapidan and west of town, commenced moving toward the Rappahannock, their trains all having been sent back
The Legislature. --In the Senate the bill to modify the salt contract between Stuart, Buchanan & Co. and Thomas R. Friend, was taken up and passed. House substitute for the Senate bill to arm and equip the State forces was received and, on motion of Mr. Armstrong, laid on the table. The bill to regulate prices was then taken up, and continued under discussion. In the House the Senate bill to supply deficiencies for the support of the Central Lunatic Asylum was read a second time and committed. Senate bill to enlarge the powers of the Common Council of Petersburg — giving authority to suppress gaming and disorder — was ordered to its third reading and passed. The Senate's amendments to the amendments of the House to the bill to suppress gaming were taken up, and, after considerable discussion, which was participated in by Messrs. Anderson, Hall, Pendleton, Tomlin, Shackelford, and others, adopted by a vote of ayes 56, noes 45. The Senate's amendment provi