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rts Sumter, Ripley, and Pinckney Sherman's foraging his Bummers fight at Williston's Station Atkins's repulse Sherman at Waynesboroa Hlair at Cheraw occupies Fayetteville, N. C. Hampton surpriDismounting Murray's brigade, Kilpatrick attacked and carried the works, capturing 50 prisoners; Atkins's brigade soon after charging the fleeing foe, and taking their guns. Kilpatrick pushed thence o his heart's content, and deceived Wheeler as to his purpose, Kilpatrick merely sent Feb 11. Atkins's brigade into Aiken, where Wheeler was in force, and of course drove Atkins back; charging, at Atkins back; charging, at 11 A. M., Kilpatrick's entire command, and being repulsed with a loss of 31 killed, 160 wounded, and 60 prisoners. He thereupon fell back into Aiken; and Kilpatrick, after threatening him there till t by capture his escort of 16 men, but escaping with his staff. Hampton skillfully deceived Gen. Atkins, whom Kilpatrick had left behind, passed him by an unsuspected road, and fell in full force u