talion, composed of only 150 men, who fought them for an hour, but was finally compelled to give back, with the loss of fifty men. Pressed back in the direction of New Glasgow, the heroic leader of this gallant little band retired with his face to the enemy, and at every feasible position maintained his ground, repulsing charge after charge, and finally discouraging the enemy to such a degree as to cause them to cease from the attack.
so signally defeated by General Hampton, were last heard from at Newtown, in King and Queen county, probably on their way to Gloucester Point or some other place of refuge.
Six Yankees, composing the "rear"of Sheridan's party, passed Atlee's Station last evening, and were told that they had better hurry away.
They replied that they were running from the d — d rebels now.--The citizens allowed them to pass on.
Casualties in Hampton's cavalry.
We have not yet seen any authentic report of the casualties sustained in t