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says: On Saturday the rebels made an attack with artillery on our forces on the Maryland Heights. --This was supported by a large infantry force, and the fighting continued through the day. There were a good many killed and wounded during this fight on both sides. The rebels say they had only one brigade of infantry engaged in this battle.--Upon our side the infantry engaged was the Thirty-second Ohio. One Hundred and Twenty sixth New York, the First regiment Maryland Home Guards, Col. Mosely, and the Garibaldi Guards of New York. Other regiments were there, but the above named sustained the brunt of the fight. About four P. M. our forces abandoned Maryland Heights, the rebels having been largely reinforced and overpowering them. The retreat was made in good order. The artillery was spiked and our wounded taken away. During the day the rebels made their appearance on Loudoun Heights, which is on the Virginia side, about a mile and a half from Harper's Ferry. Their si