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Further from the North. From Northern papers of the 20th inst., we obtain the following paragraphs: A skirmish on Black Water river, Va. Company P. of the 7th Pennsylvania cavalry, in command of Lieutenant Williamson scouting between Suffolk and the Black Water river, on Wednesday, met with the enemy three relies north of Carrsville. His advance guard, consulting of twelve men, were fired upon by a company of rebels bid in the bushes, and two men are supposed to have been instantly killed or severely wounded, as they are missing; and five others brought in were wounded, one of whom died. He was wounded in the abdomen. Several of the horses were severely wounded, and one or two killed. Several companies were sent out to reinforce Lieutenant Williams. The enemy's force is supposed to consist of a company of cavalry and a company of infantry; but it is uncertain, as they were concealed in the bushed and were not seen until the moment our troops were fired upon. It i