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ived at Ashland yesterday morning, where a fight occurred, the result of which is given in the following telegram from Gen. Stuart: Headqs, Ashland, May 11, 6.30 A M. To Gen. Bragg: General — The enemy reached this point just before usond. My men and horses are tired, hungry, and jaded, but all right. J. E. B. Stuart. About 9 o'clock Gen Stuart arrived in the enemy's rear on the Brook road, and Gen. Gordon in their rear on the Mountain road. The two roads join the burning of the Meadow bridge by our troops.--This fact being discovered, the only mode of retreat left was to beat Gen. Stuart at Yellow Tavern and go up the Brook or Mountain roads, or to attack the battery at the Brook turnpike and cut their way through. The former mode was tried, and about 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon they attacked Gen. Stuart, who, with Lomax's and Wickham's brigades, repulsed them. The fight was a very hot one, lasting over an hour. Among our casualties were L