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g, and the simplest solution of the matter is for the present to admit our ignorance, for in fact the rumors so far received are scarcely worth repeating. Gen Kantz, seeing that every moment was increasing the dangers already environing his force, gave orders that each regiment should endeavor to cut its way out as best it could, by moving a few miles further down the railroad and crossing it, where the thick woods on the east side would conceal their movements. It is reported that Fitz Hugh Lee was killed in one of the engagements. The first information brought to headquarters of Wilson's position was by Capt Whitaker, of the first Connecticut, and Aide de Camp to Gen Wilson. He left Reams's station at 8 A M, of the 29th, with forty men of the third New York cavalry, and by cutting his way through the rebel pickets, and also through a portion of a column on the move, he reached headquarters exactly at 10:20 A M. Dashing at full speed through woods and swamps, over ditche