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to Gordonsville. Buford's (formerly Hatch's) brigade is known to have been posted at Madison Court-House. In the latter place three detachments of Jackson's army descended one on each-flank and one in the centre, and threatened the entire force of six regiments of horse with capture. During the night the wagons were packed and started toward Sperryville, and the cavalry followed in the morning. Retreat to Culpeper was out off, and apprehensions were entertained of being out off also at Woodville. A column of the enemy were advancing in that direction and they have not yet been heard from; but I have no doubt they are safe. Your correspondent was with them, and learning the prospect of a battle near Culpeper, determined to risk the chances of being captured, and started across the country through the woods and corn-fields, swamps and hills, to the scene of action. A train of baggage wagons upon the route were soon discovered, which, appearing to be our own, were soon made fo