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ross. On Thursday some half dozen of the 9th Louisiana were killed by the premature explosion of one of our own shells. A wounded soldier who left the fight early yesterday afternoon tells me that Anderson's division engaged the enemy and drove them back. A prisoner told him only one corps had come over. I hear since that four are on this side. The enemy were easily driven back at first, but being reinforced by a division of regulars, they fought better, but were driven three miles. Rhodes's men reinforced Anderson's. It was not a general fight. The woods are extensive and there is little cleared land. It occurred near a wooden church, where the river road enters the Plank road, about seven miles above Fredericksburg. The enemy seem disposed to come in behind Marye's hill this time. 10½ A. M.--Gen. Early opened on the Yankee batteries on this side and across the river.--The artillery duel was severe for some time. One artillery man on our side, a Virginian, had his le