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a man survives. Further from the raiders. A gentleman who reached here last night direct from Ford's Depot informs us that the destruction of the vandals in that vicinity was very great.--From the 14 mile post, six miles below, to some distance above the depot, the telegraph poles have been cut down, the wire destroyed, the railroad track torn up and the iron burnt and bent. Several citizens in the vicinity suffered heavily. Mr. Wm H Beasley was stripped of every article of value; M Ed H Osborne lost thirteen horses and mules, six negroes, all his bacon, and half of his corn Mr. John D Pool and Mr. Thacker were also robbed of nearly everything. In their march towards the Junction the Yankees swept the country, burning the depots and court building at Nottoway C H. A dispatch received last night from Rice's, via Lynchburg and Richmond, states that when last heard from the raiders were moving up the Danville road, and were within a few miles of Meherrin Station.