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g to the Army of the James, who were foraging on the south side. They succeeded in reaching General Hampton's headquarters with twenty-three of the prisoners, three of them having escaped on the way. The Yankees on the Manassas Gap railroad--Mosby's operations. An official dispatch, received at the War Department yesterday, states that the enemy are removing the rails from the Manassas Gap to the Winchester railroad, and that since the enemy occupied the Manassas road he (Mosby) had kiMosby) had killed, wounded and captured over six hundred of their men, and captured an equal number of their horses. From the Valley — Rosser Whips the enemy on Friday. Official dispatches, received last night, state that Sheridan's army is entrenched between Newtown and Kernstown. Merritt's and Custar's divisions of cavalry attacked General Rosser on the 10th, but were repulsed and driven several miles, losing two hundred prisoners and a number of horses. Rosser's command behaved very handso