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Cavalry capture in Northern Virginia. The accounts from Northern Virginia state that matters are entirely quiet. On Wednesday a portion of Gen. Hampton's division captured the greater portion of a Yankee regiment of cavalry in the neighborhood of Stevensburg, in Culpeper county, with a large number of horses and wagons, and their equipments. A report connected with this statement says that they also captured two pieces of the enemy's artillery, but this lacks confirmation. There is no doubt, however, of the capture of the prisoners and horses, as official information of the fact had reached Gen. Stuart's headquarters yesterday morning. We were informed by a gentleman who came down on the train that the affair was a brilliant one, and effected without loss on our side.
The currency. In the Richmond Whig. of Wednesday last, we find a letter from Alexander H. H. Stuart, Esq., explanatory of the views upon the all-engrossing subject of the currency, addressed by him a short time since to Mr. Armstrong. The propositions of Mr. S. are stated with great clearness, and supported with consummate ability. The first thing to be done is to stop the issue of more treasury notes. Unless this be done, all farther action upon the subject is evidently vain; for it ipe pay our taxes out of it. Both England and France have been raising enormous revenues out of it. Let us make them pay more for it in future. It is of importance, in the meantime, to pay as we go, so far as we can, in order to avoid, as far as possible, an accumulation of debt. The ability to-pay must come from a regular and vigorous system of taxation.--But we have transcended our limits, and must conclude with recommending Mr. Stuart's plan to the serious consideration of the country.