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ave been engaged, namely the First, Second, Fifth and Sixth corps. The advance of this immense force on Monday was successfully resisted by Pegram's, Evans's and Mahone's divisions. There is no doubt that Grant was chiefly incited to attempt this midwinter dash upon our right by the belief that General Lee had sent Mahone, wiMahone, with a considerable body of troops, to South Carolina. If he has accomplished nothing else, he has been disagreeably undeceived. He found to his cost that the gallant and lucky Mahone was at his old position, where he has so often before welcomed our enemies with bloody hands to hospitable graves. Considering the obstinacy ofMahone was at his old position, where he has so often before welcomed our enemies with bloody hands to hospitable graves. Considering the obstinacy of the fight of Monday, and the length of its duration, the number of casualties on each side was unusually small. This is accounted for by the fact that the battle was fought on densely-wooded ground. We lost few prisoners, and took few.-- Sixty-seven, belonging to the Sixth corps, captured during the fight, were received in the