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twenty seven killed and nine prisoners, two of whom were wounded. Our loss was only two billed and two wounded. The Yankees were driven off, and retreated, leaving their dead behind — After this repulse they left in the direction of the Southside railroad, between Petersburg and the Junction, where they are reported to have burnt three depots — Wilson's Blacks and Whites, and another. The Yankees committed all the depredations on private property possible during their short stay on the Danville road. At Powhatan they took all of Mr. Gates's provisions except a small quantity saved by a negro, broke his buggy, cut his harness, and destroyed everything in his store. Others were treated in like manner. At Coalfield they stole from a lady eight hundred dollars belonging to the telegraph operator. They arrested some citizens, but let them go after detaining them a short time. A telegram from Mr. James L. Morrow, Superintendent of the telegraph line, confirms the above, and giv