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irs at the front. We may, however, receive additional particulars by telegraph before going to press. The enemy at Ashland. A force of the enemy, consisting of cavalry, artillery, and infantry, mostly negro troops, made their appearance yesterday at Ashland, on the Richmond and Fredericksburg railroad, and it is currently reported that they burnt the buildings at that place. They came from the direction of Port Royal, Caroline county. Since the above was written, we have learned from the telegraph operator, who reached the city last night, that the enemy's advance entered Ashland yesterday afternoon about 3 o'clock, when he prudently was reported on the way down having get as far as Hanover Junction. None of the troops their work of destruction by burning all the buildings in the place. At the same time skirmishing was going on between Ashland and Wickham's farm, and we regret to hear a report that Lieutenant Colonel Brown, of the Maryland Line, was shot through