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ere immediately faced about and retraced our steps. When near the residence of Dr. Kinney the enemy were discovered in a thicket a our left, between the two roads. As quick as thought our brave and gallant Colonel ordered his front guard to fire, and immediately placed his regiment in a condition to make a charge; then came the cheering command, "Charge — charge them, brave boys, into the woods." The charge was made in a most gallant manner; the enemy was completely routed and driven like Chaffin a storm; the dead lay thick through the woods and in the wheat field through which the boys impetuously charged, and a few dead and wounded were to be seen in Dr. Kinney's yard, near his door. The estimate of killed and wounded on the Yankee side is 200, killed and we captured 75 prisoners, who were placed in charge of a squad of cavalry which was passing by in retreat. Our loss in killed and wounded is comparatively light--seven killed and twenty-five wounded. When our firing had ce