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The recent fight at Smithfield. It seems that the expedition which landed at Smithfield on Sunday was organized for the purpose of capturing a number of our pickets, consisting chiefly of members of Major Milligan's signal corps, who had annoyed the enemy considerably on Saturday at Cherry Grove. The Petersburg Express says: On Friday night the gunboat Flora Temple anchored at Cherry Grove, where she remained quiet until 11 A. M., Saturday, when she weighed anchor, and steamed up the Chuckatuck as high as Mr. David Corbell's place, where the creek, being so narrow, she made fast on his landing and worked her way around. The Yankees on board were in high glue, laughing, whistling and dancing. Several members of the signal corps who were concealed in the bushes near by waited until the Flora got abreast of them, when they opened upon the invaders, firing at them 80 rounds, and killing and wounding ten or twelve before she could get beyond range. The pilot and wheelsm