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d. As they lay stretched out in the grounds surrounding the Yankee hospital they presented a truly wretched appearance. Several of them had been wounded ever since Thursday and Saturday of last week, in the fights near Nottoway C. H. and at Staunton river bridge. Fourteen of the Yankee raiders, among them several officers, came in from the woods in Dinwiddie on Thursday, under a flag of truce, and delivered themselves up to our pickets. They knew that their capture was inevitable, but ond last evening. He endeavored to avoid the raiders by secreting himself in the woods, but a negro guided them to his place of concealment, when they not only captured him, but broke open and rifled his trunks. He was present at the fight at Staunton river bridge, and represents that the Yankees, expecting to have an easy thing of it, (having been told that the bridge was defended by militia only,) thought for a time that they were successful, but soon found out their mistake, and hurried away