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wounded: Louisville,Dec. 18.--The recent Munfordsville, Ky., engagement, considering the disproportion of numbers, proves the most brilliant Federal victory yet achieved. Four companies of 350 men of Col. Willich's regiment, led by Lieut. Col. Von Webber, drove back over 3,000 rebel cavalry, infantry, and artillery. They were first attacked by a regiment of Texas Rangers, whom they repulsed, when they were drawn into ambush and fired at on all sides by the rebel infantry.--The Federals returned the fire vigorously and stood their ground until the rebels fell back, leaving all their dead and most of their wounded on the field. No reinforcements reached Webber's command, as reported yesterday, until the fight was over — Stone's Louisville battery supported the Federals from the North side of Green river, firing at very long range from rifle cannon. Four other companies were on the south side of the river, but were engaged as pickets one mile and a quarter distant from the actio