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brigade, under the command of Col. McKinstry, of the 32d Alabama regiment, attacked the enemy, 1,200 strong, at Stevenson — infantry, artillery, and cavalry — at 11 o'clock to-day. After four hours shelling the enemy evacuated their fortifications, leaving on the Nashville trains, common roads, and through the woods. A large amount of ammunition and stores were captured. Our command met with the most cordial reception from the citizens, the ladies urging them not to stop till they had killed or captured the entire Yankee force. The joy of the citizens was unbounded at once more beholding the "Stars and Bars." We had engaged the 32d Alabama, 41st Alabama, 25th Tennessee, Major Gunter's dismounted partisans, Captain Rice's cavalry, and Freeman's and Durr's battery, the whole numbering nine hundred men. Our loss was two wounded, none killed. The Yankee loss is unknown. The Yankee fortifications at Stevenson are very strong. Our troops displayed great gallantr