Victory at Suffolk.The following official dispatch from Gen. Pickett, giving an account of a very handsome affair at Suffolk, Wednesday, by Gen Ransom, was received at the War Department yesterday:
Suffolk in force on Sunday. We attacked them to-day, and after a short struggle drove them in a rout out of the town, killing a number and capturing one piece of artillery, and a large quantity of quartermaster and commissary stores. The enemy are flying to Portsmouth, burning the bridges and leaving everything behind them. We pursued them beyond Bernard's Mill.