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n, who had been absent on a visit to Washington, arrived on the ground and reformed his scattered troops. In the first portion of the fight the Yankees admit a loss of five thousand, with General Bidwell killed, and Generals Wright, Ricketts and Grover wounded. A letter in the Herald says of our attack on Wednesday: At a given signal (as we afterwards learned) the enemy advanced rapidly in solid columns of regiments. Our pickets were charged — some of them captured and some of them drivons in large numbers are in our possession. They also burned some of their trains. General Ramseur is a prisoner in our hands, severely and perhaps mortally wounded. I have to regret the loss of General Ridwell, killed, and General Wright, Grover and Ricketts, wounded. General Wright is slightly wounded. Affairs at times looked badly; but by the gallantry of our brave officers and men, disaster has been converted into a splendid victory. Darkness again intervened to shut off greate