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cavalry raid, numbering 4,000 men, under Gens. Custar and Merritt, which was first heard from at Beaver Dam, arrived at Ashland yesterday morning, where a fight occurred, the result of which is given in the following telegram from Gen. Stuart: Headqs, Ashland, May 11, 6.30 A M. To Gen. Bragg: General — The enemy reached this point just before us, but were promptly whipped out after a sharp fight by Col. Munford, (Fitz Lee's advance,) killing and capturing quite a number. Gesting over an hour. Among our casualties were Lieut. Col. H. C. Pate and five Captains killed. On their route from Ashland, Gen. Gordon, who was in their rear, attacked them three times, using them up badly every time. There had been no mepaired, and the road will probably be in running order today. It was reported that a body of the enemy on reaching Ashland had turned off on the Dover Mill road, but of this we have no reliable information. The fight at Fort Clifton--Gun