shed in another column.
From South Carolina--the enemy Beaten at Grahamsville, S. C.
We have previously stated that the enemy were landing troops from fourteen gunboats and transports at Port Royal.
An official dispatch, received at General Bragg's office, in this city, on Thursday night, states that our forces had engaged and routed the Yankees at Grahamsville.
South Carolina, driving them five miles; the Yankees leaving their dead and wounded on the field.--The force here mentioned
Later from the fight at Grahamsville.--the enemy badly whipped.
The following official dispatch was received last night:
"Augusta, December 2, 1864. "General S. Cooper:
"The following has been received from General Hardee, at Savannah:
"I have just returned from the front.
The enemy was badly whipped and has retired.
"Coosahatchie, another point on the Charleston and Savannah railroad, is threatened, but I do not apprehend a serious attack." "Beaxion Bragg."