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has been learned here can be told in a few words. --Early yesterday morning eight thousand of the Federals marched up to Munson's Hill, which our men were fortifying, and made an attempt to dislodge them.--Our advance consists of Longstreet's and Bonham's brigades, stationed near each other, and close by Munson's Hill. Long-street's force is composed of the First Virginia Regiment, commanded by Lieut. Col. Fry, in the absence of Col. Moore, who was wounded at the battle of the 18th; the Seventh Virginia, Col. Kemper, Lieut. Col. Williams, and Major Patton; the Eleventh Virginia, Col. Garland; the Seventeenth Virginia, Col. Corse; one Georgia Regiment attached at present, and several pieces of artillery. Gen. Bonham has four South Carolina regiments--the 2d, Col. Kershaw; the 3d, Col. Cash; the 4th, Col. Sloan, and the 5th, Col. Williams. A portion of these were sent against the approaching enemy, and the engagement commenced. After a severe fight the Federals were repulsed, and fle