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salem road, without meeting opposition of any consequence. They crossed on pontoons, which they took up after doing so. Deserters who came in this morning state that Mahone's division was sent off yesterday morning to meet them, but as no firing in that direction has been heard to-day, it is not believed that any engagement has taken place. A reconnoitring force of cavalry went out on the left yesterday afternoon, and, striking the rebel pickets on the Vaughan road, drive them to Hatcher's run, a distance of over two miles, where they had breastworks created, and where they made a stand. Skirmishing continued for some time, when, the object of the movement having been accomplished, the expedition returned. Our loss was seven men wounded; that of the enemy is not known. Some of those who accompanied this party report that firing was heard in the direction of Stony creek, which would indicate that fighting was going on between General Warren and the enemy. Reports