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hat day at 227 ¾, having jumped from 222 the day before. The destruction of Captain Brasher's "independent scouts" by Mosby's men. The Philadelphia Inquirer has a dispatch giving the particulars of the gobbling up of Brasher's (called Blazer own, on the Shenandoah river, about sixteen miles from Harper's Ferry. The next morning, Captain Brasher captured two of Mosby's men, and received information from them that a small party from the guerrilla chieftain's outlaws were about two miles in line and charged them.--The rebels fell back until the rear of Captain Brasher's command had passed a cross-road, when Mosby, with over two hundred men, made a sudden dash on both sides of the road, and a sharp encounter ensued. The Union scoutsade inquiry, and is led to believe that there is a concerted horse and cattle stealing movement into Maryland going on by Mosby's and other guerrilla bands. This troop was led by Harry Gillmore, who left a note, pinned to the wall of a deserted bui