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stant, Gen. Ewell moved forward with his command and attacked this corps and soon repulsed it. Gen Stuart also had a pretty sharp fight with the enemy. Gen. Gorden, with great bravery, led his old ress is deeply regretted by his command. The defeat of Gen. Kilpatrick at New Baltimore by Gen. Stuart was of the most complete character. Gen. Stuart attacked Kilpatrick early on the morning of Gen. Stuart attacked Kilpatrick early on the morning of the 19th, and walloped him severely, driving him ten miles or more, capturing two hundred and fifty prisoners; also, a large number of ambulances and wagons, filled with hospital stores, together witof the wounded dismounted and plunged into the stream up to his neck; he was soon followed by Gen. Stuart and others, and with great exertions they succeeded in getting all the wounded across safe. Gen. Stuart was in the river for an hour or more, and did not hesitate to put his shoulder to the wheel in getting his ambulances and artillery across the Hazel. Everything is quiet here at pres
From Northern Virginia. The latest advices from Northern Virginia represent matters as unchanged with the army of Gen. Lee. A portion of our forces are reported to be busily engaged in removing the iron from the Orange and Alexandria Railroad. Occasionally they are interrupted by the enemy, when a skirmish occurs, resulting in nothing decisive on either side.--On Sunday last we understand there was a considerable cavalry fight north of the Rappahannock river between Gen. Stuart and a portion of the enemy's cavalry. Of the result of the fight we could learn nothing last night.