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cky side. Up to this time we were the worst whipped and routed army ever seen. Fortunately, the enemy did not know how badly we were whipped, and that we were out of ammunition. At this time our big gun on the hill began to play upon them, and Smith's Mississippi battery opened upon them from Columbus, opposite where they were. The fire from these two batteries was so great and so constant as to drive them back from the river bank, and allowed Smith's 154th Tennessee regiment, and Blythe's Smith's 154th Tennessee regiment, and Blythe's Mississippi, to come over and bring plenty of ammunition and more recruits.--We now had an equal number of men, and forming in line of battle, charged upon them. They broke, and fled in precipitation and horror, presenting a more demoralized spectacle than ourselves two hours before. At 3 o'clock the battle was ours, the enemy's rout complete. We chased them from the field of their morning glory back to their boats, strewing the woods with dead and wounded. They got on board of the tran
on the Orange and Alexandria railroad, fourteen miles from Alexandria. On the Federal troops advancing, the enemy retired. A reconnaissance in force from Gen. Smith's division was yesterday made in the neighborhood of Vienna. Two miles beyond that place the rebel picket guard were forty strong, beyond which they had regiments in reserve. The wife of Dr. Hunter, who was taken prisoner on Wednesday, came within the lines of Gen. Smith's division to-day and obtained a pass to Washington. Two privates belonging to a Pennsylvania Regiment, and commented to Gen. M division, were that in mistake on Wednesday night, and by their own comrades, wes lost. Chicago. Nov. 7. --The propeller Hunter, of the Buffalo and Chicago line, was burned this morning, while lying opposite the ware-house of Sturgis, Smith & Co. The boat was valued at $40,000, and fully insured. Twenty persons, whose names are unknown, and supposed to be deck hands, were lost. Wisconsin ele