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of the enemy's cavalry. He soon came up with the 120th New York regiment of infantry on picket at Bethesia, and ordered a charge, and came nigh capturing the entire regiment. A few only made their escape by flying rapidly to the mountains. Late in the evening of the same day Gen. Stuart engaged a heavy force of the enemy's cavalry at James City, and succeeded in repulsing it, after a pretty hot engagement. From what your correspondent discovered of the movements of the enemy from Thoroughfare Mountain on that evening he anticipated a sanguinary engagement to ensue early on the next morning, the 11th inst.; but for some cause during the night the enemy evacuated James City, and retired slowly on a road leading to Culpeper C. H. A. signal message reached Gen. Stuart apprising him that the immense camps of the enemy near Culpeper C. H. were enveloped in dense smoke, and that Gen. Meade, with his whole army, was moving rapidly in the direction of the Rappahannock. Upon the receipt of