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at the ferry, should they attempt to go to the relief of their friends; whilst Jenkins's old brigade, now commanded by Col. Bratton, moved up the valley to the left, and fell with great violence upon the column encamped in that direction. The attack the ground was of such a character, that it was found impossible to hold them in check; whereupon Gen. Jenkins recalled Bratton, now pushing the foe back in great confusion. The order to withdraw was not given any too soon, for the forces from Broithin three hundred yards of the only bridge over Lookout creek by which the Confederates could retreat when the last of Bratton's brigade passed over it. Law, Benning, and Robertson did not become hotly engaged, and suffered but slight loss. BBratton's brigade, on the contrary, lost nearly 400 in killed, wounded and missing. Among the killed was the intrepid Col. Klipatrick, of the first South Carolina. A few of our wounded fell into the hands of the enemy; this was inconsiderable in a