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ented. The wounded remaining in the hospitals are doing well generally. Private Thorne, of the 11th Alabama regiment, died in the hospital last night of his wounds. From Barhamsville. Headquarters, Barhamsville, New Kent county, May 11. The first duty of the Army of the Potomac, since the evacuation of Yorktown, has been to overtake and fight the enemy. The army of Gen. McClellan has been pressing hard after the rebels ever since last Sunday. During all that time outo be thus comolimented by him was felt to be an honor indeed. The army began to move forward from Williamsburg immediately after the battle. The roads are better now. We are here only with our arms and our rations. New Kent C. H., May 11. The 6th regiment of regular cavalry had quite a spirited skirmish on Friday with a cavalry regiment of the enemy, under Colonel Stewart. They were out, in advance of our army, scouting, and had approached within five miles of New Kent Cou