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Bryant, 50 men; Capt. Strange, 50 men; Capt. Turner, 50 men; a detachment of Capt. Cole's, 15 men, Lieut. King commanding; a detachment of Capt. Andrew's, 15 men, Lthe road in lines parallel to the house, and then up the avenue, Capts Bryant and Cole's squad charging up to the fence in front, and Col. Robinson dashing to the left and calling on his men to follow him. Here Capts. Bryant's and Cole's men acted with the utmost coolness and bravery, firing into the windows, yard, and wherever a Ys were running towards the swamp, and Col. Robinson ordered the men nearest him (Cole's squad) to charge down the road and intercept the fugitives, but instantly recacharging on the right, thereby distracting the enemy and dividing his fire, Sergeant Cole cried out tear down the fence on the right, which being done, he leaped thers whose conduct entitles them to honorable mention, are Corporal Cament, of Captain Cole's company, from Guilford, and Privates Wm. Latham and James Bayne. The latt