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A Gallant Exploit.

--The Atlanta Confederacy, of Wednesday says that Col. Biffles, who is now with his veteran regiment in the vicinity of Decatur, Ala., the other day at lacked a part of two regiments of the enemy, about six hundred strong, at Fort Hindmar, near Fort Donelson. He killed twenty, captured two Lieutenant-Colonels, one Captain, four Lieutenants, fifty eight privates, one cannon and had only two men of his command slightly wounded. The prisoners have been sent over the "Straight" route to Rome, and will be here in a few days.

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