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Intelligence was received yesterday that a party of raiders had started from Grant's army with the supposed intention of cutting the Southside and, perhaps, the Danville railroad. Official. Official dispatches, received from Petersburg yesterday, state that General Hill attacked the enemy on the Weldon railroad Sunday morning and drove him from his advanced lines to his main entrenchments, capturing over three hundred prisoners, exclusive of wounded. Our loss was principally in Hagood's brigade, which mounted the enemy's entrenchments, but support failing, many were captured. Below Richmond. Everything continues quiet in the neighborhood of Deep Bottom. The enemy's force on this side of the river is at present too small for offensive operations. In the engagement of the 18th instant, at Fussel's Mill, the Fifteenth Alabama regiment lost forty killed and wounded. Among the wounded are Colonel A. A. Louther, Captain B. A. Hill, Captain W. H. Stricklin, Lieute
of their gallant commander, refuse to rally. The contagion spreads; other troops give away, and soon the whole mass comes rushing back pell- mell, exposed to as murderous a fire in retreat as that to which they were subjected whilst advancing. Hagood's (S. C.) brigade, however, nothing daunted, actually press on amid that heavy fire of shot and shell, and reach the enemy's works. When General H. reached the works he found that one of his colonels had surrendered his regiment, of his brigade,but I know that eighteen hours before, the time, place and character of the fight were on the lips of all, soldiers and citizens. Our loss will, I think, foot up about one thousand, the greater part of which was borne by Harris's Mississippi and Hagood's South Carolina brigades, both of which acted with conspicuous gallantry. Among the names of the gallant officers who fell to-day are Brigadier-General Saunders, Alabama; Captain Spain, Adjutant-General of General Finnegan's brigade; Colone