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e steaming down, and opened upon the battery but after some fifteen or twenty well directed shots from Cook's battery she was induced to retreat in good order to the Maryland shore. We learn in a conversation with soldiers on furlough from Evansport that, on Sunday a large steamer attempted to pass up but that she was fired upon by our rifled guns and forced to put back down the stream. On Sunday morning a small vessel managed to pass down, though she was fired at some twenty or more times. Yesterday everything was quiet as far as we could hear, at Evansport and also at Aquia Creek. Official report of the Woodsonville fight. The following order of Major General Hardee, giving a report of the recent fight near Woodsonville, is in most admirable taste.--It expresses much in few words, and is as modest as it is eloquent: Headquarters Central Army Ky. Bowling Green, Dec. 21, 1861. Special Order No. 64.--On the 17th instant, our forces under Brigadier