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y Major Terrill, (three hundred and five men,) the First section of Rosser's battery, Washington Artillery, and a detachment of First cavalry,, the piece was taken off. While this was going on a few shots from Rosser's section, at a cluster of the enemy a quarter of a mile off, put tnfantry, at double quick, receiving, in succession, as they passed, Rosser's unerring salutation; his shells bursting directly over their head road, where they supposed our columns would be pursuing them. Captain Rosser having no enemy left to contend with, at his own request was pemendation, and the firing done by the section under direction of Capt. Rosser and Lieut. Slocum (all the time under fire from the enemy's battve infantry, under Major Terrill; a section of artillery, under Captain Rosser; and a detachment of First Cavalry, under Captain Patrick, met olunteers,) two field pieces of the Washington artillery, under Captain Rosser and Lieutenant Slocomb, and Captain Patrick's company of cavalr