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this town, and followed the road on the margin of the river to Pollocksville. They took five days rations in the wagons, with the usual ambulances and other necessary equipage. On reaching Pollocksville, twelve miles distant from here, they found the bridge across Mill Creek, a nd was destroyed by the rebels last summer. From this place to Pollocksville the road, although sandy and level, is skirted by dense pine woitants in the distance, the frail negro huts. After reaching Pollocksville, to continue the route of the regiment, it was necessary to rebe work was accomplished. The regiment then proceeded through Pollocksville. On reaching a point about one mile distant from the bridge, od sufficient to fire the men with enthusiasm. Midway between Pollocksville and Trenton, on approaching a gorge in the wood, timber obstrucight, proceeding en route of march back to within four miles of Pollocksville, the same road the regiment passed over the day previous. From