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General Schofield reports to General Grant, under date of Goldsboro', March 21, the occupation of that place with but slight opposition. He states. that General Terry's column, from Wilmington, would probably reach Goldsboro' that night. The dispatch adds: Sherman's left was engaged with the enemy near Bentonsville onwithout delay. I find the bridges buried, but other wise the road is not injured, and the depot facilities are very fine. I captured here seven cars, and General Terry has captured two locomotives and two cars, which he is now using. The Northern papers publish a dispatch from Newbern, from which we take the following: d flanked, retreated in confusion towards Raleigh, while Sherman entered Smithfield, half way between Goldsboro' and Raleigh. Generals Sherman, Schofield and Terry are in hourly communication with each other, and are pressing the enemy closely. The prisoners taken admit that they are unable to successfully resist this co
o were left in their hands. Our total loss, so far as I have been able to learn, must have been about eight hundred in killed, wounded and captured: Killed, 120; wounded, 400, and captured, some 280--most of these were captured in the fort when we gave it up. It is said that most of our dead were killed in the fort after surrendering. The loss of the enemy is not known, but is believed to be heavy. We captured about twenty officers and a little over five hundred men. Brigadier-General William Terry, of Gordon's division, was severely wounded in the thigh; Captain C. D. Burkes, of company B, Sixtieth Georgia regiment, was badly wounded — supposed mortally — and fell into the hands of the enemy; Adjutant Clayton, Twelfth Georgia battalion light artillery, was killed; private Isham Morris, company A, Twenty- first Virginia regiment, killed; Sergeant Henry Fuqua, company C, Forty-second Virginia regiment, killed; Sergeant — Shanks, company B, Forty-second Virginia regiment, se<