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ion of a fortification, when a fight took piece, almost hand-to-hand, the opposing being at times within ten yards of each other, and almost blinded by the dense smoke of the musketry. The result was that the enemy were driven some distance, who heavy loss in killed, wounded, and prisoners. At an early hour in the morning the following official dispatch was received from Gen. Beauregard, commanding the forces on the Southside. Drewry's Bluff,May 16, 1864--6.30 A. M. To Gen. B Bragg, The progress is very satisfactory. Gen. the enemy's fight flank this morning and is driving him towards our hold still on the fight, and are the enemy back in front of our and capturing some artilleries. stormed the breast works, that four stand of colors and about three prisoners, losses, on the whole, appear not to be heavy. G. T. Beauregard. It appeared afterwards, however, that the number of prisoners captured was much greater than stated by Gen. Beauregar