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Northern papers as late as the 16th are received but contain little intelligence. The following is Sheridan's official report of a skirmish that took place in the Valley: Near Berryville, September 13--7 P. M. This morning I sent General Getty's division, of the Sixth corps, with two brigades of cavalry, to the crossing of the Summit Point and Winchester road, near Occoquan creek. Rodes's, Ramseur's, Gordon's and Warton's divisions were found on the west bank. At the same time, Generals Wilson's and Martindale's brigades of cavalry dashed up the Winchester pike, drove the rebel cavalry at a run; came in contact with Kershaw's division, charged it and captured the Eighth South Carolina regiment, sixteen officers and one hundred and forty-five men and its battle-flag, and Colonel Hennegan, commanding a brigade, with the loss of only two killed and three wounded. Great credit is due to Generals Wilson and Mackintosh, and the Third New Jersey and Second Ohio.