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ight of between one hundred and two hundred feet, and, it is said, will be run up to three hundred feet. It is located about two miles from our lines. From South Carolina. The enemy are in possession of the railroad west of Branchville. A dispatch from General Wheeler, dated "Holmes's Bridge, February 7th," received in Charleston on Wednesday, says: "My pickets near Blackville, this morning, were charged by three brigades of cavalry, which drove them beyond the village. Dibrell's Tennessee brigade being in the vicinity, met and charged the enemy, driving them back into the village." Blackville is on the line of the South Carolina railroad, twenty-eight miles west of Branchville and forty-nine miles southwest of Columbia. A dispatch from Branchville, received in Charleston on the same day, states: "The enemy have made their appearance along the South Carolina railroad, beyond the Edisto river, and have burned a house within a mile and a half of the rai