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nd, in consequence, suffered less severely ; but Major Savage, of the Third North Carolina, fell badly woundedrmer regiments, although the Third lost its Major, (Savage,) wounded. The loss of non-commissioned officersay, we arrived at the edge of the wood which skirts Savage's farm. Sending forward the line of skirmishers tothe bravery and efficiency of the troops engaged at Savage's, and that our loss was fearfully avenged. I regrle. I desire, also, to make special mention of Captains Savage, Barry, McLaurin, Gore, and Byrne. They were a roads, in pursuit of the enemy, and went as far as Savage's farm, where we rested for the night. Monday mouely to the left of some intrenchments this side of Savage's farm, and, in conjunction with Colonel Kennedy, t P. M., were halted in a valley in the woods beyond Savage's farm. In my rear a battery was again drawn up, acution, and again advanced, overtaking the enemy at Savage's. The engagement was opened by a brisk artillery f