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, were captured. R. E. Lee, General. This confirms the news before received of the summary "taking off" of Wilson's raiding party, and puts the number of prisoners about as high as any previous estimate. As the swamps and woods of Dinwiddie are known to abound with Yankees, separated from their main body, the captures will probably yet amount to an "entire brigade." But, after all, there is but little satisfaction in making prisoners of these men. Their keeping is expensive, and alearned in connection with the final event of Wilson's raiders at Stony Creek confirm the account given by our correspondent, and published in Saturday's paper. A repetition is, therefore, unnecessary. So severely were the Yankees punished in Dinwiddie that they will hardly venture upon a similar expedition again for some time to come. On Friday night, shortly after 10 o'clock, the inhabitants of Petersburg were aroused by heavy firing on the lines, commencing apparently on our centre an