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vening they shelled our left, near the Appomattox, vigorously for two hours. On this occasion, we are glad to learn, no casualty occurred amongst our men. From Southwestern Virginia. We have nothing from the Stoneman raid on the Virginia and Tennessee railroad except the report, stated in a telegram received yesterday by a member of the Legislature from Southwestern Virginia, that on last Sunday evening General Breckinridge, having marched out from Saltville, attacked the enemy at Glade Spring, and gained a decided success, and that he renewed the attack early on Monday morning, compelling the enemy to retreat precipitately towards East Tennessee. This report is not confirmed by any official intelligence received at the War Department, but we see no reason to discredit it. If General Breckinridge had collected such a force as would at all justify him in leaving his entrenchments, there is no doubt that he has done so; and it is just like Stoneman to be cut down in mid career,