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Re-Enlistments in the Army. [official.] Orange C. H., Feb. 15. To Gen. S. Cooper: The following troops have re-enlisted for the war since the announcement of the 10th inst.: Lane's brigade, Wright's brigade, Perin's brigade, Davis's brigade, 7th Virginia cavalry, 11th Virginia cavalry, 13th North Carolina Troops, 11th North Carolina Troops, 48th Virginia infantry, Garnett's, Peague's, Haskell's, and Pegram's battalions of artillery. The following, having enlisted originally for the war, have reiterated their determination to continue in service: Cutts's battalion of artillery, McGowan's brigade, and 14th Alabama regiment. R. E. Lee.
on, in two columns, 25,000 strong, by the Queen's Hill and Clinton roads.--Owing to such immense superiority in numbers, Gen. Lee declined to give them further battle, and retired towards Canton, to effect a junction with Gen. Loring, who had reached Madison Station with his command that morning. About the time that Gen. Lee left Clinton an immense smoke was observed in that vicinity. At 12 o'clock the order was given to evacuate Jackson, as the enemy were then reported within six miles of the the engagements. The latter was held at Canton to watch the movements of the column which had started from the Yazoo. Gen. Lee's cavalry did nobly, but they were not able to contend against twenty to one.--The conduct of Gen. Adams's brigade, and advance only four miles. In Gen. Adams's old regiment alone, ten were reported killed end sixty wounded. Maj Bridges, of Gen. Lee's Staff, was mortally wounded. Our army felt back to Pearl river by way of Grant's Ferry, which is about twelve mil