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our forces had proceeded for the purpose attacking the enemy. Our force consisted of six companies 3d Georgia regiment and McComas's lery. The companies were not full, whole number of men on our side set down at from three to five hundred. The enemy's force, by their own, admire through the prisoners captured by sisted of five regiments — namely, the New York, (Zouaves;) 29th New York, Hawkine; 4th Pennsylvania; 31st Massachusetts, and a New Hampshire regiment command of Brig.-Gen. Reno. The battle lasted until 5½ o'clock! when our forces were ordered to fall back their entrenchments at South Mills, they did in good order. The enemy encamped on the ground, but during the night came panic stricken, and hastily decan They made a regular stampedes, and so ful were they of our prowess that, as fled, they burned the bridges after them prevent a successful pursuit. The casualties on our side are few, ing of six killed and about twenty-five ed. The enemy's loss in