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ho say that when our men commenced giving back the enemy were already on the run, and our boys were within a very few yards of their batteries. Our loss is put at about three hundred and fifty in this engagement. During this same evening Gen Anderson sent a force across the river at the Telegraph Road bridge, but this force meeting a superior force of the enemy was compelled to return this side. Our loss however, was slight. Yesterday evening Mahone, who was commanding Anderson's divAnderson's division assented Laidley's brigade of the enemy, who had crossed at Oxford Mills, capturing some sixty prisoners, among them an via of Gen L's. About the same time the enemy attempted to make a lodgment for his sharpshooters in front of Rodes a division, but Rodes's skirmishers quickly drove them off. To day there has been nothing done save slight skirmishing. I still incline to the opinion that Grant is too much worsted to make an immediate fight, and the fact that he is entrenching an