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ns in the neighborhood of Lynchburg. Skirmishing commenced on Friday afternoon, about 4 o'clock, near the Quaker Church, on the Salem turnpike, between Crook and Averill's forces and our cavalry under Gen. Imboden. In the fight the left of our lines gave way before a charge, and the enemy thereby gained some advantages. Our casue place on Sunday, but when morning came the enemy were found to have retreated in confusion, pursued by our troops. The latest. At last accounts Hunter, Averill, Crook & Co., were at Buford's, thirty-seven miles from Lynchburg, on the south side of James river, making for the mountains near the Peaks of Otter, with the evounted to 800 during Saturday. Our loss was five killed and forty wounded. There are various surmises in relation to the sudden crawfish movement of Hunter, Averill, Crook, and their amiable crew; the most plausible of which is the defeat of Sheridan — his place in the picture having been so completely spoiled by Hampton and