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ifications, and drove him off. I am told, by an eye witness, that after all of our men had fallen back the militia still held the Yankee entrenchments; and as they advanced to retake it our militia slowly retired to the brow of the hill, taking the enemy's fire, and stood, defiantly flaunting the "Stars and Bars" in his face. At this point, on the other side of the river, the 1st Maryland regiment, of Plug Uglies has "vamoosed the ranche," but is replaced by the 12th Indiana regiment, Col. Link. Before the Maryland scape gallowses left, they had to perform an act of daring as a remembrance. So, on the morning of the 16th, they discharged their cannon some two or three times, and sent one ball into a private residence on this side. Fortunately, the family escaped uninjured. More Federal outrages. Since the above was written, I have learned that the Yankee mercenaries (about 200) made an incursion into this county, about four miles from this place, at a point called " Te