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Grant's rear, and capture of a large number of prisoners and cattle, seems to have been a very handsome affair. He left Petersburg on Wednesday morning with Barringer's, Chambliss's, Rosser's and Dearing's brigades of cavalry, and Graham's and McGregor's batteries of artillery. Camping at Duval's mills, eighteen miles from the city, in Sussex county, that night, he resumed the march on Thursday morning, passing within three miles of Stony creek, and thence across the Jerusalem plankroad to thre they planted a battery and opened fire upon our troops, while the main body of 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 McGregor's batteries were in the meantime brought up and placed in front of the Yankee battery, and such was the 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 de