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is capture, which was made by Capt. Brown; of the 1st Mains cavalry, on the 19th. The mounted riflemen of the enemy's force do not appear to have had very good luck. In the fights of the 12th, a detachment of eighty were sent out as sharpshooters, and they were nearly all captured. They inflict severe losses, however, upon us, by picking off officers. The loss in Col. Duffle's obstinate fight with overwhelming numbers at Middleburg, will probably not exceed one hundred. Major Farrington is probably killed, or wounded, as he was not taken prisoner. Capt. Allen and Lieut Falos, who were sent with dispatches to Aldie, for Gen. Pleasanton, were thought captured, as they had not been heard from, and in going to Aldie they had to pass through the enemy's pickets. We have news this morning that some of the New York papers of Saturday have published an account of a defeat of this army, at Centreville, by Lee, on Thursday; and the same papers also announce that Lee is mar