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elds. A beautiful gray stallion, said by contrabands to be Colonel Ashby's, was shot yesterday near this town. The ball must have wounded the rider in the thigh. The current report, however, that Ashby was wounded, is not credited at headquarters. Some of Ashby's scoutsAshby's scouts made their appearance early this morning on the high, wooded ridge on the opposite side of the Stony creek, beyond Edinburg. They were fired on by some of the 29th Pennsylvania, when Ashby unmasked four guns and threw shells into our camp. The rebels subsequently retreated underde beyond the town. Second Lieutenant Duff and two privates of Ashby's cavalry were captured yesterday. Lieut Duff admitted that he was one locomotive at this end of the Manassas road, and no cars. Ashby's cavalry were reinforced to-day by two or more heavy guns, with whf yesterday shows the accuracy of our cannoneers. In a field where Ashby made a stand were counted shell within a space of one hundred and f