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the 47th, 55th, and 76th Pennsylvania regiments; 3d and 4th New Hampshire; 6th and 7th Connectiont; 3d Rhode Island; 1st Masschusetts Cavalry; Company E, U. S. Artillery; 48th New York Volunteers; New York Volunteer Engineers, and a section of Lieut. Henry's battery of 1st U. S. Artillery. The troops left Hilton Head on the night of the 21st, in nine gunboats and six transport, and landed at Mackey's Point the next morning. The subsequent events are thus narrated by a correspondent of the New ly passable over a narrow causeway, save at one or two points. Choosing a position at the opposite and of this causeway, the enemy opened a furious fire of shell and canister on our advancing column which was promptly met by the battery under Lieut Henry. Immediately the order was given by Ge. Brannan for his brigade to form line of battle, the centre resting on the causeway. After a brisk of both musketry and artillery, the rebels retied to the dense woods in their rear, tearing up the cau