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Doc. 156.-fight at the North Anna, Va. General Pope's despatch. headquarters army of Virginia, July 24. Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War: A cavalry expedition, sent out by Gen. King
ody of Stuart's cavalry came up to attack them.
These too were defeated, driven across the North Anna River, and pursued till within sight of Hanover Junction.
Several prisoners, a large number of h at Carmel Church.
At daybreak I saw the church but no camp, the rebels having crossed the North Anna River a few days before.
A woman having informed me that a scouting party came along at seven A. command immediately charged upon the rebels, who broke like sheep, and rushing down to the North Anna River, abandoned horses, arms, clothing, and every thing, and plunged pell mell into the stream.
nd paper, found in the rebel camp, stated that Gen. Stuart was building a bridge across the North Anna River, over which he intended, with two thousand men, to commit depredations in this direction.