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uty, some twenty-two were either killed or wounded. Another letter, addressed to Judge Camden, says that the 31st regiment lost in killed and, wounded, 42; Hansborough's Battalion, 28, Reger's Battalion, 15; the 12th Georgia Regiment, 25. Of the enemy, 32 were buried by our forces. How many were killed and wounded is not known. Col. Hansborough was wounded in the thigh, and Captain Deshier also, but not dangerously. Col. Johnson says the Northwestern boys "fought like devils. " As we anticipated, the Federals claim a victory, and publish in their newspapers a most palpable tissue of falsehoods in regard to the fight. Additional detailsommanding height in the rear of our tents. They were promptly met by the 31st Virginia Regiment under Major Boykin, (formerly commanded by Col. Wm L. Jackson.) Hansborough and Reger's battalions, and the 12th Georgia Regiment. --After a band-to-hand contest the enemy was driven from the hills. Three times were they forced to give