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and had two men killed. The enemy disappeared the moment a brigade advanced, after firing a few shots. On the afternoon of the 2d the command moved on through Yanceyville to Thompson's Four Corners. From this point detachments were sent out in different directions. One party destroyed a portion of the railroad between Gordonsvir force captured thirteen of the enemy. Gen. Buford advanced upon the enemy with his command, but they fled. The night of the 4th Gen. Gregg moved to near Yanceyville, and was followed to that point next day by Gen'l Stoneman with Gen'l Buford's command. Here a man a native of North Carolina, came into camp, who had been conative of North Carolina, came into camp, who had been concealed for a year to avoid serving Jeff Davis. Near Yanceyville seventeen C. S. A. wagons, with mules, were overtaken and captured. On the 5th the retrograde movement commenced, and crossing Raccoon ford the whole command arrived at Kelly a ford Friday morning, the 8th.