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nt moved off from camp in the direction of Hanover C. H. When we had reached the point at which the mill interfered the main county road, near the residence of Dr. Kinney, Col Lane made a halt long enough to converse with some cavalry pickets with reference to the enemy's whereabouts.--We now left the main road by changing directme in reporting the enemy moving toward the main road to our left and rear. We were 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, ann 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