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and fifty. In prisoners, we lost between three and four hundred. In the cavalry, our loss was not very severe, as General Hampton's main attack was made upon the Federal rear. General Hampton, however, lost one son killed and another severely woGeneral Hampton, however, lost one son killed and another severely wounded. Immediately after the cessation of hostilities on Thursday night, the enemy commenced to withdraw his forces in the direction of his fortifications on the Vaughan and Squirrel Level reads, and by 2 o'clock Friday morning had entirely disrg on last Thursday. From the following dispatch of General Lee, received Saturday evening, it will be seen that General Hampton and his brave cavalrymen have made the enemy pay dearly for their encroachments upon his territory last Thursday: --Headquarters Army Northern Virginia, "October 29, 1864. "Hon. James A. Seddon, Secretary of War: "General Hampton followed the enemy on his withdrawal from Rowanty creek, driving his rear guard across and pursuing the cavalry behind th