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Latest Northern news. We have received a file of Northern papers, of the 21st and previous dates, and condense some further extracts from them: Yankee account of the fight at Kelley's Ford. The New York Times has two telegrams from Washington on the 18th, which says: Gens. Averill and Pleasanton, with their troops and a battery, had a skirmish at Kelley's Ford yesterday. The rebels attempting to cross with infantry were repulsed, with some loss on both sides — Stuart and Fitzhugh Lee, with their command, were reported to be at Warrenton and White Plains on Monday. A dispatch from headquarters says a most brilliant cavacy fight occurred on the Rappahannock, at Kelley's Ford, on the 17th. Gen Averill forced a passage over the river in the face of a determined resistance by rebel sharpshooters, protected by houses, rifle pits, and a dry mill race, with an abattis in front. Only a Clare horseman could cross at a time, and the river was swollen and very rapid. Reach