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ckinridge, Secretary of War: "General Bragg reports that he attacked the enemy, yesterday, four miles in front of Kinston, and drove him from his position. He disputed the ground obstinately, and took up a new line three miles from his first. "We captured three pieces of artillery and fifteen hundred prisoners. "The number of the enemy's dead and wounded left on the field is large. Ours comparatively small. "The troops behaved most handsomely, and Major-Generals Hill and Hoke exhibited their usual zeal and energy. R. E. Lee." Kinston is thirty miles east of Newbern, fifteen west of Goldsboro', and seventy five miles southeast of Raleigh. The force which General Bragg attacked and whipped was Foster's, which was pushing up to co-operate with Terry, who is advancing on Goldsboro' from Wilmington. It is thought that another fight took place on yesterday. The Richmond and Petersburg lines. All continues quiet in front of Richmond and Petersb