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ly conducted and was perfectly successful, with exception of the casualties mentioned above. Last evening I went out on a foraging expedition for the benefit of the faithful horse, and stopped at a fine plantation owned by a widow lady named Crump, who has three sons serving in the rebel army. An able-bodied, considerably bleached out, intelligent contraband, said that his mistress had, "done gone to Richmond last Wednesday, and took along a tight smart lot of slaves;" he was to have gonewoods." Some bottled porter was found in the house, which upon examination by the surgeon was found to have been poisoned. The negro said that on Thursday, the 15th inst., General Johnston and staff were having dinner prepared at the house of a Dr. Crump, near the cross-roads, when the scouts reported the near approach of our forces. The announcement caused a stampede of the dinnerless party. A forward movement was made yesterday, and the Chickahominy river, where it was supposed the ene