mes before being flanked, and having all their tents burned by a portion of the enemy, who got in the rear.
The company was then forced to retire with a loss of but two men wounded and one taken prisoner.
The rebels then attempted to burn the bridge over Pope's Run, but took a stampede before succeeding in doing it any damage to speak of, as it was repaired in two hours this morning, and the trains are now running.
On running off, the rebels sent back to Fredericksburgh three ambulance loads of their wounded, and left one prisoner in our hands.
They left in the direction of Centreville.
As soon as daylight appeared, General Corcoran, in command of Fairfax, sent cavalry in pursuit of the foe, and has since reported that its advance had came up with the rebel rear.
The wounded rebel taken prisoner has since died.
His name was Van Meter, of Captain Cortwell's company, Eleventh Virginia cavalry.
He reports his captain and four horses of his company as amongst the rebel killed.