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column. A severe fight ensued, lasting two hours. The result was that the enemy were driven completely back, with immense slaughter, whilst our loss was comparatively slight. Again later in the day McLaws's division having thrown up a line of breastworks, the enemy advanced upon them in heavy force, but were repulsed with great slaughter, Gen. R. estimating that he killed and wounded twenty for one. --During this fight the enemy managed at one time to flank us, and so about two hundred of Humphrey's Mississippi brigade found themselves with in the enemy's lines. They did not, however, surrender, but pushed rapidly on and hid themselves in a thicket. Here they found of the 4th Va cavalry. That night they organized an army on a small scale, threw out their cavalry scouts, and having ascertained the enemy's position, flanked it, and came into camp about day daylight Monday morning. During Sunday evening the enemy also attacked Bodes, and were driven back most handsomely Nothing