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xpress says: All necessary disposition of the troops having been made, General Lee's division guarding every channel of approach to prevent reinforcements comi home. Generals Rosser and Dearing were in the advance of the captures, and General Lee brought up the rear. The cattle stretched out for a distance of four or fiv their forces took a road to the left in order to flank us. They were met by General Lee, who, after a sharp fight of an hour, completely routed them. Graham's and precision of their fire that they soon silenced it, and compelled its removal. Lee's conflict with the Yankee cavalry was one of the most decisive of the war. He nuring the return of the expedition from Prince George, General Kantz followed in Lee's rear with fifteen hundred men and four pieces of cannon, but he at no time came within shooting distance. At one time General Lee halted, and fed and watered his animals. Kantz also halted. But we understand from good authority that after t