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Doc. 131.-raid on Fairfax Court-House, Va. The following is the official report of Lieutenant O'Connor concerning the raid at Fairfax Court-House, and the capture of Colonel Stoughton. Provost-Marshal's office, Fairfax Court-House, Va., March 18. Colonel Wyndham, Commanding Cavalry Brigade and Post: sir: On the night of the eighth instant, say about two or half-past 2 A. M., Captain Mosely with his command entered this village by an easterly direction, then advanced upon my outer vide
th-west) and proceeded toward Centreville, cutting telegraph wires as they went along.
I am told by parties who had seen them that they were some three hundred strong.
I have the honor to remain, respectfully, your obedient servant, Lieutenant D. L. O'Connor, Provost-Marshal.
Richmond Enquirer account.
Richmond, March 18.
A gentleman in Richmond received lately the subjoined letter from Capt. John S. Mosby, and having shown it to us, we take the liberty of making the gallant Cap