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troying every building, except the hospital; also destroying an immense quantity of rations, equipments, stores, and ammunition, and spiking their cannon. They effected a total destruction of the camp. The loss of the enemy was very great. The loss of the Confederates was forty killed and wounded. Capt. Bradford, of Florida, was killed; Lieut. Nelms, of Ga., killed; Walter Tuggle; of the Continentals, desperately wounded; John Burgess, killed; Gen. Anderson was wounded in the arm; Lieut. Sayre, wounded in the hip. This list is imperfect. It is impossible to get all the particulars. Our force engaged consisted of three companies of the 5th Georgia Regiment, fourteen members of the Mobile Continentals, three companies of regulars, a detachment of Mississippians, a detachment of Georgians, under Lieuts. Hallinguist and Nelson, 200 Alabamians, and a detachment of navy officers and marines, under Capt. Braniz. Major Badger, U. S. A., is one of the numerous prisoners in ou