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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, thisity, 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 appearBranchville, 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 railroad bridge. About 7 o'clock yesterday evening our troops were withdrawn to this side of the bridge, and the bridge burned." Thus railroad connection with Augusta is severed. No official dispatches fro