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ut were decisively repulsed with heavy loss. His dead and badly wounded were left upon the field. We also took several hundred prisoners. Our loss is small. General Couch is only twelve miles from here to-night, and will be up early in the morning. We took prisoners from Lee's and Stewart's corps. They say two corps are here, ighting there has been since the corps commanded by General Cox reached the vicinity of Kinston occurred on Friday. The rebels had evidently learned that General Couch, with a portion of the Twenty-third corps, was not far off, and would soon joint Cox; and it urged them to extraordinary desperation. They charged again and atime they would charge upon the entire line, vainly hoping that the momentum of so large a body would break down everything. Friday night and Saturday morning Couch's forces came up from towards Wilmington, and effected a junction with Cox, which gave us an advantage, of course, of which the rebels were not slow to become info