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reinforcements coming from a distance, an attack was ordered upon the enemy just before daylight Friday morning. His left, near Sycamore church, rested upon a hill, well fortified and protected by abattis. His right, some two miles distant, at Cox's mill, was protected by a series of breastworks and rifle-pits. General Dearing the right, simultaneously, and with like result. The attack was a surprise to the enemy, and their position was carried with a rush. The charge of our men at both poinAt one time General Lee halted, and fed and watered his animals. Kantz also halted. But we understand from good authority that after the battle at Belsches, Kantz turned his troops loose upon the citizens of Prince George and robbed and pillaged them generally in revenge for our success. This is poor revenge for a brave man to take. In the fight at Sycamore church and Cox's mill three hundred fine Yankee horses were captured, which will be put to useful service in the Confederate army.