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spondence: The fight at Port Waithall Junction. Gen Heckman really advanced, by order of Gen. Smith, with his brigadey had no artillery, which fact gave us the advantage, and Heckman, after a lively musketry fire, succeeded in driving them ollery! Wait until to-morrow and we will pay you off" As Gen Heckman had received orders not to bring on an engagement, he reorganized and marched in three columns to meet the enemy. Heckman's brigade again went out on the left, and three brigades, the position which he held yesterday in the encounter with Heckman, and divert his attention while the column on the right ade 100th New York, whose injuries are said to be slight. Gen Heckman's horse was killed, and a ball tore his glove, grazing hM, on our extreme left. I have ascertained that it was by Heckman's division, who had been sent to take possession of the rability of "bagging" these adventurous militiamen, now that Heckman has seized the railroad over which they were transported f