small arms were gathered up, with a number of limbers, caissons, wagons, etc., which the enemy had abandoned, showing that his retreat was hurried.
It is probable that many wounded were carried off in ambulances.
The enemy has fallen back to his original position, and we have re-established our former lines.
During the fight of Thursday, three stands of colors were captured by Mahone's old brigade, viz: One by Robert Hatcher, company E, Twelfth Virginia regiment; one by Sergeant Emmit Richardson, company K, of the same command; and the third by a member of the Sixty-first Virginia regiment.
About dark on Thursday night, while the fighting was progressing on our right, a small force of the enemy made a bold dash upon our works on the left and succeeded in capturing a portion of them.
They also gained possession of one piece of artillery and took prisoners Lieutenant- Colonel Harrison and some twenty or thirty men of the Forty-sixth Virginia regiment.