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w days. They are from the various brigades of Stuart's force, who is getting all he wants to attend to at the hands of Pleasanton's active troopers. One of the officers is a Lieutenant Colonel of a North Carolina regiment of mounted riflemen, and h 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 sily engaged in masking these movements of Lee. They protect and cover his flank and rear from the vigorous assaults of Pleasanton, and severe fighting has resulted each day, with the advantage on our side. In the upper part of Loudoun Valley, Bufording between Aldie and Middleburg all day. The probability is that another severe cavalry fight has taken place there. Pleasanton, under orders from Hooker, is throwing his whole force upon Stuart-to-day, assisted by a portion of General Stahl's for