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His force is one company of that regiment and one of Massachusetts heavy artillery. The enemy attacked him three times and were repelled with loss on each occasion. The Bombshell, Union gunboat, which was in communication with him, was fired on as she brought down his last dispatch to Plymouth, and had three men wounded. Gen. Wessels, an experienced officer, is in command at Plymouth. He was not taken by surprise, having been-informed of the probable attack for some days, and with Gen. Peck, the commander of that department, having taken measures to resist it. He had sent non-combatants away, and was apprised of the enemy's advance by his cavalry, who lost several men in killed, and brought in ten wounded in their skirmishing with the enemy's advances. Our force on the water consisted of the Whitehead, (tin-clad,) 4 guns; Miama and Eutaw, each 8 guns; Bombshell, 4, and the Lockwood, 3. The rebels were said to have 30 pieces of artillery, including a battery of 32-pounde