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ur lines of communication with the interior. If Gen Hampton shall succeed in defeating that purpose, and in routing Sheridan's gang, he will win for himself and his command imperishable renown. The fight at Petersburg. It appears that Gen. Kantz's retreat from Petersburg, after his repulse, nearly proved a stampede. It was rumored in his command that Gen. Beauregard had sent out to intercept him, and they made a detour of thirty miles in marching to Point of Rocks, on the Appomattox, to avoid meeting the Confederates. They had four ambulances with them filled with wounded; and Kantz, while passing through Prince George, expressed great chagrin that he should have been repulsed by "d — d militiamen," as he termed them Rev. Mr. Hall, Chaplain of the Washington Artillery, who was captured, made his escape. He gave a partial list of the prisoners who the enemy carried off after the light at Petersburg. The following are the names. A. M. Keiley, member of the Legislature fro