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al hundred prisoners. Our loss is small. General Couch is only twelve miles from here to-night, and will be up early in the morning. We took prisoners from Lee's and Stewart's corps. They say two corps are here, and the rest of Johnston's army is coming. J. M. Schofield, Major-General. Washington, District of Columbia, March 14--11 A. M. Major-General Dix, New York: General Schofield, in a dispatch dated at Newbern, March 12, states that, on the night of the 10th, near Southwest creek, Bragg was fairly beaten; that during the night he retreated across the Neuse at Kinston, and now holds the north bank of the river at that place. Edwin M. Station, Secretary of War. Fortunately for the truth, or what is nearer the truth than Schofield's dispatch, a correspondent of the New York Herald writes a fuller account of the affair: My last advices were from the front, at Kinston, yesterday morning early.--The latest I was then able to communicate concernin