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The enemy's movements.

A party of the enemy's cavalry, on Monday last made a visit to New Kent Court-House, twenty- eight miles below Richmond. The object was probably to reconnoitre the country, as we have not learned that they committed any further depredations upon a people whom they had previously robbed of a vast amount of property. While McClellan continues his preparations on James river for another advance towards Richmond, his cavalry will scour the Peninsula in the direction of Williamsburg for information respecting any apprehended movement of the Confederate forces.

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