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at quarter. The idea of even a handful of our man being backed down by a negro regiment, is a raider on freeman. The correspondent of the Republican, who was a participant in the fight, says: Monday, about 10 A. M., Major Bevard sent Capt. Dickinson, with about fifteen of his cavalrymen to annoy the enemy and induce them to capture him. He sidd in drawing out as far as the old brick-yard about two hundred of the black stamps, but could get them no further. Captain Dickinson, being in tCaptain Dickinson, being in the rear of his men, was partially out off when ten or twelve dusky forms made for him, crying: " stop dah! stop dah! hole on ah! " He gave his horse the spar and leaped town the hill though the old graveyard, across the march cleared two and was soon out of Major Brevard who was at the Haddock House with his infantry, sent Capt. Wescott to the right to count in on their rear when he should advance. Capt. Quincy Stewart's company were deployed as skirmishers, in order to gave them the appea