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d Gen. Herbert to move with his own and Martin's brigade against them, and went himself upon the field, accompanied by Gen. Little. They met them advancing in line of battle about a mile north of the town. Our line was immediately formed, and the battle opened. Discovering that the enemy were in force, Gen. Price sent back for the other brigades of Little's division. They came forward at double-quick, but did not reach the field until the enemy were driven back from every position more thanundred yards, with the loss of over fifty prisoners and nine pieces of artillery, Darkness prevented further pursuit, and Little's division bivouacked on the field. Our loss in killed, wounded and missing will reach two hundred and fifty. Gen. LGen. Little was killed. Cols. Whitfield, Gilmore, and Mayberry were wounded. The enemy having received heavy reinforcements during the night, Gen. Price determined to carry out the orders of the previous morning, and the army left Luka between seven