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ough Virginia, April 29 to May 7. Yorktown, May 7, 1863. To Major-General Halleck: Colonel Kilpatrick, with his regiment, the Harris Light cavalry, and the rest of the Illinois Twelfth regimenis one of the finest feats of the war. Rufus King, Brigadier-General Commanding Post. Colonel Kilpatrick's report. Yorktown, Va., May 8. Major-General H. W. Halleck, Commander-in-Chief, Unitle now going on, and win for himself the approbation of his chiefs. Respectfully submitted, J. Kilpatrick, Colonel Comd'g First Brigade, Third Division Cavalry. Lieutenant-Colonel Davis's reports, and also to act as pickets to prevent surprise. The work was well done. Just at dawn, Colonel Kilpatrick charged into Louisa Court-House. The visit of Yankees was entirely unexpected, and the pe's command upon the Fredericksburgh and Richmond Railroad at Ashland and vicinity; that of Colonel Kilpatrick and Colonel Davis, upon the Virginia Central road, between the South-Anna and Richmond, an