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to Keysville and there bivouacked. The work of destruction was resumed early on the 25th and by 8 P M we had reached the vicinity of Staunton Bridge, on the Staunton river, having completely destroyed every foot of railroad to that point. The distance from Burkesville, measured on the map, is about thirty-five miles, and adding but the work of a few minutes for a regiment to perform its part, and the whole was accomplished nearly as fast as the column could move. The Repulse at Staunton river The force arrived in the vicinity of Staunton bridge on the afternoon of the 25th. It was, of course, desirable to destroy the bridge, which was a very imkirmishing, lasting but a very short time, and attended with few if any casualties. They come to Grief at Reams's Station--their Losses. Upon leaving Staunton river they went on to Creek bridge, intending there to cross and return to Grant's army. They crossed, but found more rebels than they expected. The writer says: