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eneral Ord drove the enemy five miles over hills and through woods and valleys, the rebels taking advantage of every wood for their infantry, and every hill for their artillery. The fight lasted seven hours. The rebel Gen. Rogers was killed. Gen. Oglesby has died of his wounds. Gen. Ord is slightly wounded. Prisoners taken say their effective force in the vicinity is 65 000 men. This is probably an over-estimate; but it is certain that they have outnumbered us two to one. Gen. Gran so late as the one published above says: Rosecrans telegraphs that the loss is serious on our side, particularly in officers, but bears no comparison with that of enemy. Gen. Hackleman fell while gallantly leading his brigade. Gen. Oglesby is dangerously wounded. Gen. McPherson, with his command, reached Corinth yesterday. Gen. Rosecrans pursued the retreating enemy this morning, and, should they attempt to move toward Bolivar, will follow to that place. Gen. Hurl