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One day later from the North.Federal account of Tuesday's battle.graphic description of the Federal retreat.&c., &c., &c. Through the kind attention of a friend we have received the Baltimore Sun, of the 9th inst. We make the following extracts: Account of the battle of Malvern Hill. A correspondent of the New York Post furnishes an interesting account of the battle of Tuesday, 1st instant, at "Malvern Hill." From the Post's account we make the subjoined extracts: At one o'clock the rebels came up in solid phalanxes and pressed forward towards the guns, supported by column after column, as far as the eye could reach, and presenting one of the most fearful as well as interesting sights imaginable. For some miles around, with the exception of a point on the left, the country is almost entirely clear of forest, and one of the largest and most beautiful estates extend, over which the eye sweeps at pleasure. The fearful havoc of the rapidly-bursting shells, from gun