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ncounter skirmishers. The engagement was opened with musketry on both. The Southern troops were posted along of a word, while the Yankees sought behind a green hedge. Thus the fight kept up at long range, for about two miles when the Yankee forces began to fall back, leaving their prisoners, who formed a small flanking party, unsupported. The admit that they were taken in by Captain Ryan's command. The regard to the present movements of and their designs, the statements Yankee Captain are not worth the would occupy in our columns. The casualties. The Charleston Courier, of Thursday, says: Et wan, arrived at an early Wednesday morning from Fort Johnson, of the wounded in the fight of , and two wounded prisoners. Those were Lieut. Hopkins, of the Sumter Sergeant Lee, of the Irish Volunteers, of the Beauregard Light W. L. Macbeth, of the Sum . These were met on the arrival by friends, and the utt then. Private Hart Irish Volunteers, was the only