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burning the buildings of citizens of Prince George, and it is stated that a negro force is encamped near Cabin Point, in Surry. In the first named county they have destroyed the mills and barns of Mr. Fred. Temple, and the dwelling of Mr. James Temple. It is also reported that the buildings on Cook's and Catlin's farms were burnt. The raiders on Wednesday evening advanced a short distance in the direction of Petersburg, but were met and driven back to their entrenchments by a portion of Dearing's cavalry. From Gen. Johnston's army. In the following official dispatch, received yesterday, Gen. Johnston gives a cheering account of the condition of, and the advantages gained by, his army: New Hope Church, June 1, 1864. To Gen. Bragg: To day the enemy is moving his forces from his right to his left. Prisoners and citizens represent his cavalry and transportation animals in a suffering condition in every respect. This army is in a healthy condition. In partial