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Passengers by the Petersburg train last evening report that nothing of importance occurred yesterday, and that the chief topic of conversation was the movements of the Yankee raiders, who were so soundly whipped by our cavalry and infantry in Dinwiddie and at Reams's Station. From all we could learn, we are led to believe that the reported capture of a brigade of the enemy had no foundation in fact. An officer who left Petersburg last evening puts down the total number of prisoners at 500, arance. Several of them had been wounded ever since Thursday and Saturday of last week, in the fights near Nottoway C. H. and at Staunton river bridge. Fourteen of the Yankee raiders, among them several officers, came in from the woods in Dinwiddie on Thursday, under a flag of truce, and delivered themselves up to our pickets. They knew that their capture was inevitable, but on arriving at Petersburg claimed considerable credit for the manner of their surrender, and threw out some hints