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The fight near Tazewell, Tenn. In the fight near Tazewell, Tennessee, on the 6th, instant, the enemy had seven regiments (parts of three brigades) posted in two strong positions on Walden's Ridge. Our infantry, though much exhausted by a fatiguing march on an extremely hot day, approached by a flank movement and attacked botTazewell, Tennessee, on the 6th, instant, the enemy had seven regiments (parts of three brigades) posted in two strong positions on Walden's Ridge. Our infantry, though much exhausted by a fatiguing march on an extremely hot day, approached by a flank movement and attacked both positions with great energy. Previous to this charge an artillery duel had been kept up for two or three hours, and when the final attack was made the enemy fled precipitately and in confusion to Cumberland Gap. Our troops, overcome by the heat of the atmosphere, were unable to pursue beyond the town of Tazewell, and the greateTazewell, and the greater portion of the enemy escaped, though parts of two regiments were out off and one officer and fifty man captured. The loss on our side was very small — not more than 8 or 10 men killed, and 20 or 30 wounded.--Lieut Col. Gordon, commanding the 11th Tennessee regiment, was taken prisoner while returning to his position after a