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nemy's intention is to strike the Southside railroad--probably at the junction. These statements are so uniform as to cause some credence to be placed in them. The prisoners state their loss to be very heavy. "It is supposed that the battle will be renewed to-day unless the enemy intrenches and assumes the defensive." Another account. Yesterday evening's Whig contains the following telegram: "Petersburg, March 30--10 P. M.--A heavy fight has been progressing all day in Dinwiddie, near Hatcher's run, eight miles from Petersburg. "Nothing official has been received here, but reports, up to five o'clock, deemed reliable, state that three furious assaults were repulsed. "At half-past 2 o'clock the enemy came up in overwhelming numbers, and drove Bushrod Johnson's division one mile and a half. "The Confederates were then reinforced, which turned the tide of battle. We then drove the enemy, with great slaughter, to and beyond their original position of t