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king for City Point through Mecklenburg, by way of in Brunswick, Dinwiddie Court-House, and Stony Creek. Our cavalry pressed them closely, fought and defeated them at Sappony Church, about seven mo us most harm. On Tuesday evening Hampton fought Wilson at Sappony Church, three miles from Stony Creek and sixteen miles from this place, and succeeded, according to official advices, in routing h at night. These men said it was an entire brigade, and that the capture was made at or near Stony Creek, on the Weldon railroad. They also stated that Gen Wilson was with this brigade, and it is c fallen from sunstroke during the raid. They also said that the brigade reported captured at Stony creek was commanded by Col. Chapman, of Illinois. Colonel Conger, of New York, is badly woundey from Weldon, which gives it at least an air of plausibility. He states that when he passed Stony Creek he saw two hundred prisoners in charge of the militia, and on arriving near Reem's Station he