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ed as unparalleled. One of our Generals writes that Maury's division, composed of Phifer's, Cabell's, and perhaps Morris brigades, will not muster more than one brigade. Cabell's brigade has notCabell's brigade has not more than 450 men left. Gen. Martin, of the 4th brigade, (chiefly Mississippians,) was killed. Also, Col. Rogers, of Texas, and Col. Wirt Adams, of Mississippi. Gen. Moore is reported killed. Gen.Gen.Cabell was injured by a fall from his horse. Ten thousand fresh Federal from Bolivar harassed Manry's division, which was in advance in the retrograde movement. The army is understood to be iral seige guns.--Green's brigade again suffered heavily, being the first to enter the town. Cabell's brigade charged the fort on College Hill. The enemy reserved their fire until they were withi's command was the first in the entrenchments. Maury's division suffered the heaviest loss. Gen. Cabell sustained severe loss, and acted most gallantly. The enemy fought determinedly, and were