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yesterday, certainly bayonetted some of our men in the breastworks. The enemy, to-day, are still in our front, strongly fortified, and show no signs of falling back. [Third Dispatch.] Battle-Field, Spotsylv'a C. H. May 14,Via Guiney's Station, May 15. There was only slight infantry skirmishing to-day, with occasional discharges of artillery. Grant shows no signs of falling back.--Scouts report him to be receiving no reinforcements, though prisoners say he is expecting Schenck with troops from Baltimore and other points. It is believed that Grant had Heintzalman with troops from the fortifications at Washington, in the fight of Thursday. Johnson's division, in the fight of Thursday, lost about 2,000 prisoners and 16 pieces of artillery, principally from Page's and Cutashaw's battalions. Grafft's dead in our front are still unburied. The enemy have been busy all day shifting troops from point to point and manoeuvring generally. Brig. Gen D