Several roads radiated from Kinston, crossing Southwest Creek.
We arrived at Kinston about an hour after noon, and stopped to dine.
It is impossible to tell exactly what part of these were at Kinston.
They say we beat the enemy at Kinston; yet they have destroyed a portion of the railroad between Goldsborough and Wilmington.
Seven or eight houses were burned in Kinston, some say by accident and some by design, after our men got in.
Gen. Daniels, commanding our forces at Kinston, sent out wagons and ambulances to convey them within our lines.
On Sunday morning the 14th, we resumed our march on Kinston.
After a short halt we advanced up towards the town of Kinston, whither the 9th New Jersey had preceded us.
Neither in the battles of Kinston or Whitehall was over half our forces engaged at one time, especially not in the latter.
The battle of Kinston was won on the same day on which the battle of Fredericksburg was fought.