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Our troops on either flank stood firm. Afterward, a determined attack was made upon Fort Haskell, which was checked by part of McLaughlin's brigade, Wilcox's division, and was repulsed with great loss to the enemy. The First brigade of Hartsuff's division, held in the reserve, was brought up, and a check given to any further advance. One or two attempts were made to retake the hill, and were only temporarily successful, until the arrival of the Second brigade, when a charge was maoutside of our lines. The whole line was immediately reoccupied, and the guns retaken uninjured. I regret to add that General McLaughlin was captured in Fort Steadman. Our loss, otherwise, was not heavy. Great praise is due to Hartsuff for the gallantry displayed in handling his division, which behaved with great skill in this, its first, engagement. John G. Parke, Major-General. Stanton, at a later hour, communicates the following supplementary dispatches from G