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Fayetteville. General Johnston's defeat of the enemy last Sunday, the 19th instant, occurred at Bentonsville, near the Neuse river. By these facts, we are informed that Sherman has been pushing towards Raleigh in two columns--one moving due north from Fayetteville, the other northwest from Newbern. General Hardee fought the former, General Johnston the latter. News from Fort Warren. A returned prisoner, who left Fort Warren on the 13th instant, informs us that the following Confederate Generals are in that prison, and well: Major-General Edward. Johnson, of Virginia; Brigadier-Generals Gordon, Smith and Frazier, of Tennessee; Brigadier-General Jones, of Virginia; Brigadier-General Henry R. Jackson, of Georgia, and Brigadier-Generals Cabell and Marmaduke, of the Trans-Mississippi Department. Brigadier-General Page has been sent to Fort Delaware. Major Harry Gilmor is also in Fort Warren, held as a "guerrilla" chief, and not subject to exchange, as the Yankees say.