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that Kilpatrick's cavalry division had pushed back Stuart's cavalry beyond Gainesville toward Warrenton; that Lee was at Warrenton with his forces in line of battle; and that our troops are moving sWarrenton with his forces in line of battle; and that our troops are moving steadily onward in two columns. In the engagement on Monday our cavalry drove the rebel cavalry from Gainesville to beyond Buckland Mills, five miles westward, when a rebel line of battle — infantry sty retreat was caused principally by the scarcity of provisions, and when they passed through Warrenton they said they had not eaten a mouthful for twenty-four hours. A dispatch to the New York Tribkes no mention of such a loss, and says that Lee captured but few prisoners. It was stated at Warrenton that the retreating soldiers said that Hill's corps was to be immediately sent to the aid of Grd at Auburn, and will make a stand. I do not credit this. Anderson moved along that way for Warrenton with about thirty thousand men, falling back; yet I think we will have no fight there. I am n