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hancellorsville — perhaps "in the hat." The Chronicle's correspondence in regard to the capture of Marye's Hill is equally oriental, although its effect is somewhat impaired by the editorial notice of there capture next morning by the Confederates. Hooker left the 6th corps and one division of the 7th opposite Fredericksburg. Five divisions were opposite the hills, and two divisions made the last and successful attack on Marye's Hill in three separate columns. The centre, commanded by Newton, is highly complimented for accomplishing, against a force ten times inferior in numbers, what Sumner failed in performing last December against a whole brigade. The correspondent testifies to the stubborn bravery and destructive execution of the gallant Mississippians, who repulsed the Yankees twice, killing six Colonels, besides Majors, &c., and fighting desperately after the enemy got inside the entrenchments. Many columns could be written, from materials collected, in regard to alm