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tox bridge, ran off the track and was abandoned by the engineer and conductor. The locomotive was subsequently destroyed by the Yankees. At Chula they burnt all the railroad buildings, the residence of the agent — in fact every house at the place, making a clean sweep. On Saturday morning the raiding party returned to Appomattox bridge, where a small skirmish took place, resulting in their repulse. Shortly before noon they attacked our forces at Flat Creek bridge, on the farm of Lewis E. Harvie, President of the road.--A sharp light ensued, in which the enemy are reported to have lost twenty seven killed and nine prisoners, two of whom were wounded. Our loss was only two billed and two wounded. The Yankees were driven off, and retreated, leaving their dead behind — After this repulse they left in the direction of the Southside railroad, between Petersburg and the Junction, where they are reported to have burnt three depots — Wilson's Blacks and Whites, and another. The Ya<