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Colonel Whitaker kept the main road to Richmond and struck the Fredericksburg railroad near Kilby's station, and then followed it up to Ashland, where the Second New York was met and both parties returned to camp. By this time it was known in Richmond that the northern defences of that city were threatened, and troops were hastily brought back from Lynchburg and Charlottesville, Amherst Court-house, Louisa Courthouse and the South Anna, and between Chesterfield station and the Chickahominy river. Every bridge, nearly every culvert, and scores of miles of the rail itself have been completely destroyed. One of these bridges was one thousand feet, another seven hundred and fifty feet, another four hundred and twenty feet in length, and quite a number between one hundred and two hundred. These structures were made in Alexandria, and no duplicates are on hand to replace them. Longstreet, with the whole of Pickett's division, and some other troops, moved up to within five mi