nging of one negro, and the stealing of some spoons.
For these he has paid, probably, two hundred and fifty picked men, and he has thoroughly broken down the rest, both men and horses, for a time.
Of the damage to the railroads the extent is not yet known.
The Fredericksburg road has had one of its engines re-burnt; it was burnt in the former raid—and three or four small gondolas.
The Central road is thought to have suffered considerably.
As if waiting for Kilpatrick to get through, Butler is understood to be moving again.
Some of his cavalry appeared yesterday at Tunstall's Station, it is said; and it is alleged that a heavy co-operating column of infantry (twelve regiments), are at the Burnt Ordinary, in New Kent.
Perhaps it is well he should come while our hand is in.
Skirmish on the Western road.
We have obtained some particulars of the skirmish with the enemy to which we referred on yesterday, on the Plank Road, about three miles West of Richmond, on Tuesday even