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d stampede was overcome. Meanwhile the enemy upon the opposite side of the river endeavored to force the passage of the bridge with one piece of artillery, which he had held in reserve; but in this movement he was checked by a bold charge of Capt. Richards, of the Bath Cavalry, who was stationed on the opposite side of the road. A running fire then ensued which continued up the main street of the town, the enemy having finally succeeded in crossing the bridge, and the successive discharges frohad been up during the entire night, preparing the vouchers for the horses which had been pressed into service and were to be paid for. These vouchers were upon his person, and, with his body are presumed to have been taken by the enemy. Capt. Richards, of the Bath Cavalry, who was reported to be killed, escaped unhurt, and reached Beverley with his corps on Monday. Private L. B. Dangerfield, from the Warm Springs, was not killed, as reported. He received a severe and painful wound on