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l Murchison, 8th N. C. About three o'clock yesterday evening Wilson's division of Yankee cavalry, having started on a raid, had gotten as far as Ashland, where they met W H F Lee's division. A brisk fight ensued. Soon after the fight began Rosser came in upon their rear and flank, and quickly put them to rout, pursuing them some four or five miles, or until night ended the pursuit. We captured about fifty prisoners, besides a like number of their wounded, who fall into our hands. The enhort distance beyond that point.--The Yankees halted, and at once commenced their work of destruction by burning the water tanks and one or two hand care belonging to the railroad company; but before they had an opportunity to accomplish more General Rosser approached by the Half Sink road, and at once engaged them. The fight raged furiously for some two hours, when the enemy gave way, and were pursued some three miles, when they again made a stand, but were soon put to rout, and driven beyond