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on Wednesday morning with Barringer's, Chambliss's, Rosser's and Dearing's brigades of cavalry, and Graham's aeat disorder to Sycamore church, where, finding General Rosser in possession of their works, they immediately hill with formidable barricades in his front. General Rosser demanded a surrender; but the Yankee commandant remark that he intended to fight to the last. General Rosser determined to give him a chance, and ordered hict of Columbia cavalry, commanding. As soon as General Rosser reached their position, the Yankees scattered ibefore General Dearing were made to surrender. General Rosser took about two hundred and fifty prisoners and he enemy's camp. The prisoners captured by Generals Rosser and Dearing belonged to the First District of Cshed, our forces started on their return home. Generals Rosser and Dearing were in the advance of the capturesad, and it was found necessary to give him battle. Rosser and Dearing were ordered to attack at once, which t