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on of the Germanna road on the enemy's extreme right. His situation is very precarious. Gen. Longstreet is doing very well. All is quiet this (Saturday) morning, but we are not idle. Sallust. [by Telegraph.] Orange C. H., May 7. --Your correspondent left the front at 4 A. M., bringing the following, reliable information: Gen. Ewell again repulsed the enemy yesterday, who advanced on his front with five lines of battle. The Yankee loss is terrible, especially on Early's front. Ewell's loss is very small. About 12 o'clock yesterday the enemy having previously attacked Heth and Wilcox and driven them back, Longstreet planned and was in the act of executing a flank movement on the enemy's left wing, when, by the mistake of our men, he was fired upon. Lieut. Gen. Longstreet and staff were severely, though not mortally, wounded Gen. Longstreet in the shoulder, so say the surgeons with whom the Press correspondent conversed, and who examined his wound, and i