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in full operation now. It was at Trevalian, on the latter road, near Gordonsville, that Gen Sheridan's cavalry attempted to destroy the track. But even by his own report it is evident that he f he retreated over the North Anna River at Minor's Bridge. It was a thoughtful provision of Gen. Sheridan to take ambulances with him. In these he brought away 377 of his wounded men. All the rest nds of the enemy. Gen. Lee's account of the affair represents it as being a complete defeat of Sheridan. It is certain that he suffered great loss, and was compelled to retreat, and entirely failed to accomplish the purpose of his expedition. Yet the country has been told to rejoice over Sheridan's brilliant success. Butler sent a bragging bulletin to the War Department, boasting that he hf the Hon. John Covode, was killed in a fight with the rebel cavalry while covering the rear of Sheridan's trains from White House to James river. Col. John F Ballier, of the 98th Pennsylvania ca