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land of Roanoke On Friday P. M., about 5 o'clock, General Reno ordered the Twenty-first Masses update to move forward as found, and the camp sites of the enemy discerned. Gen. Reno in the Meantime brought out his brigade, of the Twenty-fi butlers the men laid down on their faces in the water, General Reno only standing erect and firm on a hammock of grass. Th The troops of the Second brigade, under command of General Reno, now started in pursuit of the rebels, who were half anith and C. Jennings Wise, the latter mortally wounded. General Reno instantly ordered five companies of the Twenty-first Maovey received the messenger and hastened with him to find Gen. Reno. This was near the junction of the road leading to the rd was escorted to the rebel camp by our troops. Meantime Gen. Reno advanced along the road with his brigade to the rebel camms and surrendered to General Foster and seven hundred to Gen. Reno. Company I, of the Twenty-first Massachusetts, was detail