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(the and drought on the war by the flag." He desired very much that a guard should be placed on his premises to defend him against the negroes, but the army marched away next morning, leaving deal with them as best as might. A company of the Lincoln cavalry found a strong rebel picket force this side of the creek and dispersed them. A spent ball knocked one of the cavalry from his horse, and this was the only casualty that occurred. Soon after, our troops, under command of Colonel Bartlett, and supported by two Howitzers and two Parrot guns, followed the rebel force — consisting of two regiments of cavalry, a regiment of infantry deployed as skirmishers, and three pieces of artillery — about four miles, when they retreated across the Chickahominy, at New Bridge. About twenty guns, of large calibre, were seen mounted on the Richmond side, near the bridge. The whistle of locomotives on the Richmond and Potomac Railroad was distinctly heard. One party fell in with two neg