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try, captured at Camp Finnegan. The Savannah Republican contains the following particulars of the affair: On Monday night the Yankee cavalry, estimated at five to seven hundred, advanced on Camp Finnegan, which is about thirteen miles from Baldwin. Our pickets, seeing the enemy advance, went in and reported. Our troops were soon drawn up in line, but, before they could move off, were flanked right and left, and about one hundred and fifty of them captured. The movement of the enemy wasthe horses, wagons, and all other camp property. Capt. Joseph L. Dunham's battery saved all their horses, but lost their guns. Captain D. was not with his command, being sick and off duty. On Tuesday morning the Yankee cavalry advanced on Baldwin, and thence to Sanderson, where a skirmish took place. On Wednesday morning the enemy advanced to within four miles of Lake City, where Gen. Finnegan had formed his troops in line of battle. A brisk fight took place, which lasted several hours