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The recent engagement of General Chalmers in Mississippi. A correspondent of the Atlanta Appeal, writing from Holly Springs, Miss., gives an account of the recent movements of Gen. Chalmers in that vicinity. He says: Gen. Chalmers's whole force, having been reinforced by Richardson's command with six pieces of artillery, passed through Holly Springs Saturday last, en route (it was thought) for Colliersville, Tenn., on the Memphis and Charleston railroad. A portion of his forces encountered a column of the enemy at or near North Mount Pleasant, in Marshall county, and drove them back. Reaching Colliersville they surrounded it and Chalmers sent in a demand for the surrender of the place. The Federal refused, and Chalmers at once engaged them. The place was garrisoned by a portion of General Sherman's corps of infantry from Memphis and about one hundred cavalry. After a severe engagement he took the place, captured a train, which was burnt, about one hundred horses and m