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t at the Rapidan, whereby the enemy was enabled to pick up some of our men who had not recrossed. Parties arriving from the front this forenoon state that when our troops pushed across at Germana Ford they found the rebel rifle pits in that immediate vicinity occupied by but twenty five pickets, who threw down their arms and surrendered, stating that there was no rebel force within ten miles of their position. Immediately thereafter our forces pushed ahead in the direction of Orange Court-House, but had hardly proceeded two miles before they were opened upon. Attacking the rebel force working and supporting the battery, we drove them from their position with considerable loss in killed, wounded, and prisoners, our loss in the affair being 35. The mass of our infantry then recrossed the Rapidan. Gen Scott on the War — Things not so bright for the Union--Jack Bunsey's opinion of the duration of the Contest. A correspondent of the Boston Journal sends that pap
Re-Enlistments in the Army. [official.] Orange C. H., Feb. 15. To Gen. S. Cooper: The following troops have re-enlisted for the war since the announcement of the 10th inst.: Lane's brigade, Wright's brigade, Perin's brigade, Davis's brigade, 7th Virginia cavalry, 11th Virginia cavalry, 13th North Carolina Troops, 11th North Carolina Troops, 48th Virginia infantry, Garnett's, Peague's, Haskell's, and Pegram's battalions of artillery. The following, having enlisted originally for the war, have reiterated their determination to continue in service: Cutts's battalion of artillery, McGowan's brigade, and 14th Alabama regiment. R. E. Lee.