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esterday. The object of the flag of truce on Sunday was to ask permission to bury the dead, which was not granted. Sheridan's raiders again. From all accounts, it appears that Sheridan's raiders have recrossed the Pamunkey, and advanced towSheridan's raiders have recrossed the Pamunkey, and advanced toward the Chickahominy with the view of getting across James river to rejoin Grant. It is reported that they were met yesterday at the Cross Roads, in New Kent county, some six or eight miles below Bottom's Bridge, and that an engagement took place, isudden 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 Fitz Lee at Louisa C. H. Hunter is reported to have said when at the house of Maj. Hutter that Sheridan was expected to unite with him at this place, which gives plausibility to the above surmise. Hunter's Chief Commissary told a lady of entire reliability, to whose house he went in searc
Arrival of Sheridan's raiders. --The large batch of Sheridan's raiders captured by Gen. Wade Hampton at Trevillian's, on the 11th of June, mentioned yesterday morning as being on their way to this city, have arrived. They are generally a fine looking set of men, and, with few exceptions, seem to be native Yankees. Arrival of Sheridan's raiders. --The large batch of Sheridan's raiders captured by Gen. Wade Hampton at Trevillian's, on the 11th of June, mentioned yesterday morning as being on their way to this city, have arrived. They are generally a fine looking set of men, and, with few exceptions, seem to be native Yankees.