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the rebels killed, and then fled to the woods, where they kept up a desultory firing until five o'clock this morning, without inflicting any further damage. Col. Gray, with four squadrons of cavalry, then started in pursuit, and, as far as heard from, has only succeeded in capturing a rebel surgeon. He represents Mosby to be in command on this occasion, with a force of from fifty to one hundred men, and says that his (Mosby's) horse was shot and one man killed. Major-General Stahl and Gen. Copeland have started for the scene of action. The Recent Cavalry fight near Franklin A dispatch has been published giving a brief Yankee account of a fight between the Confederate and their cavalry, near Franklin, Tenn. A dispatch from Murfreesboro', dated the 4th, says: The rebels have been reconnoitering on our front. Yesterday Wheeler appeared on the Manchester, and this morning on the Shelbyville road. Brisk skirmishing has been kept up all day. The Second Indiana cavalry,