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After the evacuation of Fort Anderson, General Schofield directed Cox to follow its garrison towards Wilmington, while Terry followed Hoke on the east side of the river. The latter took up a new line, four miles from Wilmington, but was so closely pressed by Terry that he could send no troops to the west side. On that side the rebels made a stand behind Town creek, but on the 20th, Cox crossed his troops below them on a flatboat, attacked them in the rear and routed them, taking two guns es of cotton and fifteen thousand barrels of rosin. The Union feeling showed itself quite strongly in the city. Terry followed Hoke northward. C. B. Comstock, Lieutenant-Colonel, Aide-de-camp and Brevet Brigadier-General. Anoworks and abandoned the city, and it only remained for our troops to march in and take possession. At 9 o'clock, General Terry, accompanied by his staff and body guard, entered the city and received from the hands of a deputation of the few rem