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el force in this quarter. There is not now a rebel soldier on this side of the Blackwater, and the probabilities are that they will not soon make another appearance in our vicinity. Col. Spear has won new laurels by the gallant manner in which he performed the mission entrusted to him. The loss of the enemy was not ascertained. Affairs in Richmond — statement of a prisoner — opinion of the "French gentleman." Capt. H. G. Young, who was captured by some of the 30th Va cavalry, Col. Chamblien, near Bull Run, and brought to Richmond, has returned to Washington, and gives his statement of affairs in the "rebel capital" as follows, in a dispatch dated from Washington: The prisoners spent four days pleasantly on the way to Richmond, and were treated kindly and hospitably by their captors, and by all whom they met on the route. The cavalry regiment of Col. Chambliss was handsomely mounted, and uniformed, and fully equipped. There appeared to be an abundance of salt, flour,