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ch leads us to doubt the truth of this report. It appears that his cavalry brigade was sent forward to relieve some of our infantry, who were in danger of being flanked. They accomplished all that they were sent to perform, but General Chambliss, while gallantly leading a charge, got within the skirmish line of the enemy, and is believed to have been wounded and taken prisoner. General Chambliss was formerly colonel of the Thirteenth Virginia cavalry, and is a native, we believe, of Greensville county. The reported death of General Wade Hampton was not credited in official quarters, and we may safely pronounce it entirely without foundation. After the above was written, we learn that an official dispatch was received last night, which states that the enemy yesterday made a determined attack on our line between the Darbytown and Charles City roads, and at one time broke through; but he was repulsed and our original positions were re-occupied. From Petersburg. The qui