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From Northern Virginia. We mentioned in our issue of yesterday that passengers by the Central read reported that heavy firing was heard in the direction of Culpeper from Gordonsville on Monday, and that the opinion obtained that a severe fight was in progress. It has since transpired that this firing was near Rixeyville, in Culpeper county, between the forces of Gen. Stuart and the advance of the enemy. The affair resulted in a very sharp skirmish, in which the enemy were driven back over the Hazel and Rappahannock rivers. What the loss was on either side we were not able to learn, but officers who came down on the train last evening attach little importance to the engagement, and regard it as a mere skirmish, and not by any means indicating a prospect of an early general battle. The firing is said to have continued at intervals from 7 o'clock in the morning until 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
the conjunction of the Alexandria and Winchester turnpike with the Manassas Gap Railroad. Our cavalry advance, under Gen. Pleasanton, on Wednesday pushed forward to Barboursville, near Chester Gap. Before reaching that town he met the rebel Gen. Stuart, with three thousand cavalry and one battery. A splendid charge was made on them by the 8th Pennsylvania cavalry, whilst the 6th regular cavalry attacked them on the flank. The rebels were completely routed, leaving ten dead on the field, betheir dead was a Captain, and the Adjutant of a Virginia regiment was captured. Our loss was one killed, and five wounded. The conduct of our cavalry in this action was splendid, and they only need an open field to show their ability to vanquish Stuart's celebrated legion. Gen. Bayard's command of cavalry has occupied Salem, after driving out the 1st Virginia cavalry regiment. Salem is on the Manassas Gap Railroad, between Rectorville and White Plains. The whole line of this road is now in o