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ery well appointed expedition appeared in front of the place. After a random fire of half an hour the Federal retired, and our troops reached the public square. Freeman's battery was posted at the market-house. The Yankees had not proceeded far before they met Sheridan's division, encamped five miles out With these reinforcements they dashed upon our troops, who had believed the day's work done. A f resulting in the capture of Freeman's battery and its gallant commander. Our force retired to the outstrips of the town. The Yankees did not purine. A consultation was here held which resulted in a resolve to recapture our lost guns at every hazarle sere was most bloody, with heavy loss on both sides. In the midst of the melee the Yankees unable to hold their position or our artillery, Assassinated Capt. Freeman, who had been sent a prisoner to the rear. We thereafter took no more prisoners. We took three of the guns back and killed large numbers of the enemy, bu