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g precipitately by the route by which they came, our forces being in close pursuit. B. The enemy's cavalry is reported to be in a very bad condition. Incidents of the advance upon Lynchburg. The Yankees, in their advance through Bedford county, burnt all the bridges on the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad; among others, those across Big and Little Otter rivers and Elk creek. The results of the cavalry skirmish in Bedford on Thursday last (mentioned in Saturday's paper) were uniBedford on Thursday last (mentioned in Saturday's paper) were unimportant. The enemy's cavalry encamped on Thursday night eight miles from Lynchburg. It is stated on undoubted authority that the Yankee raiding party which passed by Melvor's, in Amherst county, committed outrages upon the persons of three respectable ladies. Surely a day of retribution is in store for these incarnate fiends. The Yankees were attacked between Rose's Mills and Fleetwood, in Amherst, by Major Sweeney, with the 36th Virginia battalion, composed of only 150 men, who fo