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day morning Gen. Foster commenced a forward movement, followed by the entire force under Gen. Reno and Gen. Parks. At about half-past & Gen. Foster came up with the enemy, defended by a three-they went out, fleeing precipitately, leaving everything behind them. As soon as possible Gen. Reno took up the pursuit, followed by Gen. Foster, who kept up the pursuit on the main force of the enemy, while Gen. Reno went towards Fort Huger, where a body of rebels had fled. At the same time Colonel Hawkins was sent with his regiment to the right in the direction of Shallowback Bay. d immediate. These terms were accepted, and about 1,500 laid down their arms. Meanwhile General Reno came up with a body of 300, under Col. Jordan, who surrendered unconditionally. Colonel at the fort, and yelling like so many Indians. Mean while a detour was made on the right by General Reno, and on the left by General Foster. This attack from three sides decided the fate of the day