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d Trevillian's, nine miles this side was cut in several places yesterday morning. This was, no doubt, the work of the enemy's scouts. The country in this neighborhood is densely wooded and favorable to the operations of scouts. From Southwestern Virginia. We have no further news of Stoneman's operations in Southwestern Virginia. There has been no confirmation of the report that Breckinridge had beaten the raiders near Glade Spring, though the intelligence received on Tuesday, relativSouthwestern Virginia. There has been no confirmation of the report that Breckinridge had beaten the raiders near Glade Spring, though the intelligence received on Tuesday, relative to the fight at that place, may be correct. Nothing in contradiction of it has been heard. From the nature of the case, it is difficult to get any authentic information from points beyond Dublin station. An unofficial dispatch from Lynchburg, yesterday, states that the damage done to the lead works by the enemy was slight, and will be speedily repaired. From the South. An official dispatch from Wilmington, received Tuesday night, announced that thirty of the sixty-five Yankee war