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y our troops. Latest official Dispatch from Gen. Lee. The following dispatch was received at the War Department yesterday evening: Spotsylvania C H., May 14. To the President: The enemy assaulted Wilcox lines this morning and were handsomely repulsed.--Mahone's and Lane's brigades attacked his left, capturing all along the lines, and it is supposed the enemy are gradually moving back. [second Dispatch.] Battle Field, Spotsyl'a C. H, May 13,Via Guiney's Station, May 14. The battle yesterday lasted all day and late into last night. Our men, after a temporary repose in front of Johnson's Division, successfully resisted ks. The enemy, to-day, are still in our front, strongly fortified, and show no signs of falling back. [Third Dispatch.] Battle-Field, Spotsylv'a C. H. May 14,Via Guiney's Station, May 15. There was only slight infantry skirmishing to-day, with occasional discharges of artillery. Grant shows no signs of falli