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The War news. The latest intelligence we have from Petersburg represents that nothing of importance occurred yesterday on the lines, but we have some information from the raiders which is interesting. They were whipped in Dinwiddie, and it is reported that they were again punished severely at Stony creek. The cannonading heard yesterday morning from Richmond was our artillery shelling a party of Yankees who had gone on Mr Cox's plantation, on James river, for the purpose of harvesting the crop of oats there. The enemy were driven off and seven captured. The following official dispatch from Gen. Lee was received yesterday at the War Department. Headq'rs Army Northern Va, June 28, 1864. Hon. Secretary of War:Sir: The enemy has been engaged to-day apparently in strengthening his lines in front of Petersburg, advancing them at some points. His cavalry, after being repulsed at Staunton river bridge, on the afternoon of the 26th, retired in the direction of Chris
From Petersburg. Petersburg, June 29. --A prisoner who was brought in to-day reports that a portion of our cavalry engaged the front of Wilson's cavalry at Dinwiddie Court House yesterday, in a hot engagement, in which the enemy's loss was 40 wounded. It was supposed from his statement to have been a Confederate success. It is also said that part of Wilson's force was at Lawrenceville, Brunswick county, last night, trying to get out towards the Weldon Railroad. There has been a cavalry fight below here to-day near Ream's Station, but the results are unknown. In front the situation is unaltered.