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e poorly mounted, and even then a few had to go on foot. Here information was received that the enemy in the valley of Courtland were informed of our movements, and were advancing on us, under Colonel Roddy. We left Moulton before daylight in thed news that large forces of Yankee cavalry were in North-Alabama and marched immediately to meet them. He reached Courtland, Alabama, on Monday morning, twenty-seventh ult. General Dodge (Yankee) was then in the neighborhood of that place with a fohundred men, engaged the enemy ten thousand strong for several hours. The engagement took place at Town Creek, between Courtland and Florence, and across the creek, as it was so much swollen by recent rains that it was impossible for either party td men were sent in the direction of Rome, commanded by Colonel Streight, of Indiana. General Forrest left a regiment at Courtland, and with a small force went in pursuit of Streight, marching from forty to fifty miles a day and fighting more or less