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The cavalry fight in Culpeper — further particulars. The fight which took place in Culpeper county, on Tuesday, was upon a much more extended scale than the first reports received seemed to indicate. According to the telegram of Gen. Lee to Gen. Cooper, it commenced at 5 o'clock in the morning and lasted till 5 in the afternoon. The reports brought to the city by passengers on the Central train yesterday evening, are more than usually conflicting, and it is exceedingly difficult from them to arrive at anything approaching accuracy, as to the attack of the enemy, the loss sustained on either side, or the locality and duration of the fight. All seemed to concur in the opinion, however, that our forces were surprised, and did not know of the presence of the enemy until reports of his artillery were heard. This would hardly seem probable, but there is a singular concurrence of testimony to that effect. As well as we can judge from these confused reports, the fight occurred o