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of the Yankee cavalry, by a Confederate officer and six citizens, armed with shot guns only: On the evening of Wednesday, the 22d instant, a party of Yankee cavalry, numbering thirty-two men, passed through the neighborhood of Red Oak, in Brunswick, and stopped at Mrs Nancy Mason's. Here they found Captain G D White, of the Boydton cavalry, who has been at home on furlough in consequence of a dangerous wound, received while gallantly leading his men in the right at Gettysburg. Capt Whiteave kindly supplied him with as fine horses as any in the State, we may soon expect to hear more of the gallant exploits of this deserving young officer. He and the six Dixie boys, who shared with him the honors of this most extraordinary capture, deserve the thanks of the State, and especially of this section. But for this timely arrest the thirty- two vandals would have inflicted incalculable damage upon many of the unarmed people of Brunswick, and perhaps of Lunenburg and other counties.