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The lines East of the Blue Ridge — affairs in the Valley. Affairs in the neighborhood of Gordonsville remain comparatively quiet and at the date of our latest advices the enemy had made no demonstration in force on this side of the Rapidan. On Friday morning last an attack was made by the Yankee cavalry upon a small body of the 6th Virginia cavalry, near Orange Court House, which was gallantly resisted by our troops, who drove the enemy back killing and wounding several, and taking forty-four prisoners. The pursuit was kept up as far as the south bank of the river, across which the larger portion of the Yankees succeeded in swimming their horses, and made good their escape. The prisoners, who were brought to Richmond on Saturday evening by the Central train, belong abjectly to the 5th New York cavalry regiment. There is no loss reported on the Confederate side. Altogether, this was a brilliant little affair. Our last accounts from Gen. B. H. Robertson's command, in the V