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Another dispatch says a portion of them were re-captured. A dispatch from Chattanooga, of the same date, says: At 6 o'clock on the morning of the 5th, the enemy attacked Altoona with artillery and infantry. The position was occupied by a portion of General Smith's corps. The fight continued at intervals during the latter part of the day, and every move of the enemy was handsomely repulsed with severe loss to the rebels. In the evening they hastily retreated towards Dalton and Dallas, leaving their dead and four to six hundred wounded in our possession. Our loss was about three hundred killed, wounded and missing. General Corse is reported wounded. On the 4th instant, a large force appeared on the Chattanooga railroad, near Ackwerth station, destroyed several pieces of the track and burned Big Shanty. Two bridges across the Chattahoochee at Cartersville and Ressaca have been damaged by heavy rains. A rebel force, near Dalton, on the 3d, moving in an east