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The cavalry Frights[Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. Near Middlesboro, June 23, 1863. The last week — from June 17th to yesterday inclusive — has been characterized by incessant conflicts between the cavalry under Gen. Stuart and the enemy's. Heavy damage has been inflicted upon the latter, and he has received a lesson by which he seems disposed to profit. Nearly a week ago our cavalry drove back the enemy's near Middleburg, too a great number of prisoners, and captured two members of Hooker's staff. Engagements have occurred every day since, but that which took place on June 21st was the most never and one of the hottest of the war. The enemy under Gens. Pleasanton, Stahl, and Barnes, advanced early in the morning with nearly of quite 20,000 cavalry, fifteen regiments of infantry, and four or five batteries, and attacked Gen. Stuart on the Little River Turnpike between Middleburg and Rector's Creas Roads, at the same time moving on his left and endeavoring to cut h