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y and three hundred cavalry, besides some straggling infantry, made their escape, our captures here amounted to some 2,500 men. Our artillery in this action was served most gallantly, and did fine execution. Fourteen out of sixteen men manning the section of Demeritt's battery were killed or wounded, among them Lieut. C. S. Contee, commanding the section, as also Lieut. Col. Andrews. The remaining members of this section staid at their posts, and, assisted by Lieut. R. W. McKim, Gen. G. H. Stuart's A. D. C., and Lieut. John Morgan, 1st N. C. regiment, both of whom volunteered their aid, worked one piece (not being enough to work both,) till the close of the engagement, using grape and canister often at a distance of not more than fifty yards. This singular action, says my informant, closed about fifteen minutes after daylight, and was fought on ground unknown to either party, and for half the time in almost utter darkness. At daylight, in pursuance of orders, Gordon's Geor