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ere detached in company with two pieces of artillery, under command of Captain Ransom, to guard the Beaver Creek bridge, the main road to Kinston, and the road to Trenton, in rear of the advancing column. Receiving orders from Major-General Foster at half-past 1 o'clock on Sunday morning to join the main force without delay, we venth instant, Major-Gen. Foster left Newbern with an adequate and well-appointed force, and proceeded toward Goldsboro. An inconsiderable skirmish occurred at Trenton, at noon on Friday, in which Capt. Moshell, company B, Third New-York cavalry, charged upon and put to flight a body of rebel cavalry, and two companies of infantduring the night, and when the army resumed its march in the morning the way was cleared, and we passed on. About ten A. M. on Friday a skirmish occurred, near Trenton, between our advanced-guard of cavalry and some rebel cavalry and infantry, in which the latter were routed with the loss of three or four killed and several woun
mile distant from the bridge, on the road to Trenton, and turning an angle in the road, the troopsthusiasm. Midway between Pollocksville and Trenton, on approaching a gorge in the wood, timber om. At eleven o'clock A. M., the village of Trenton (on the Trent) was reached, the inhabitants tin, with a few exceptions, fleeing the town. Trenton is a village of eight hundred inhabitants, wi I should have stated, that before reaching Trenton, a body of rebel cavalry was seen by our adva-dam, which flowed into the road this side of Trenton. The water rose to about two feet, but this d the road leading to Whitehall, distant from Trenton about seven miles. The route was through a dement was then countermarched, and returned to Trenton, where it encamped for the night. The nigh sharing the same exposure. The command left Trenton at daylight, proceeding en route of march bacat Goldsboro. Among the trophies captured at Trenton, were two American regimental standards, one [1 more...]