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tapping the railroad at that point. We published some days ago an account of a fight which took place between three companies of the 28th North Carolina regiment and the advance guard of the enemy, on Sunday last. In this engagement the enemy was repulsed, our lose being ten killed and twenty-nine wounded. Later intelligence furnishes us with some fuller particulars of the advance, from which it appears that the enemy landed large forces at Washington on Sunday, and advanced towards Hamilton and took possession of that town. It is reported that they destroyed nearly the entire place. Their force at Hamilton is represented to be about 10,000 infantry, with forty pieces of artillery, and a considerable force of cavalry. They are also reported to have landed a large force at Palmyra, Halifax co., some twenty-five or thirty miles from Weldon.--Gen. Pettigrew commands the Confederate force at Weldon. The Yankees are said to be commanded by Gen. Foster. There was a report in
Brought to Richmond. --Seventy paroled Confederate soldiers, most of them disabled, arrived in Richmond from Atkins Landing yesterday. At that time there were three Yankee boats lying there, viz: John A. Warner, Express, and Hugh Hamilton.