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and Gen. Anderson attacked the enemy in their front this forenoon, and drove them to their entrenchments. This afternoon the enemy attacked Gen, Heth, and were handsomely reprised by Cook's and Kirkland's brigades, Generals Breckinridge and Mahone drove the enemy from their front, taking, about one hundred and fifty prisoners. A force of infantry is reported to have arrived at Tunstall's Station from the White House, and to be extending up the York River Railroad. They state that theeft in a haste generally. We also captured some three hundred horses. Our losses will foot up about 75.--That of the enemy is heavier. Among our wounded is Brig Gen Young, who is quite badly hurt. This morning a reconnaissance in front of Mahone and Wilcox near Atlee's, revealed the fact that the enemy had left, moving towards our right. The citizens say they began to move about dark last night, and were moving all night. Their officers and men say they are going to the White House.--T