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. Not more than twelve of the command were there at the time, and they were on the sick list. The battalion was ordered from Newmarket Hill to Fort Gilmer, and bore a conspicuous part in the defence of that place, assisted by the command of Colonel Dubois. The repulse of the enemy here was decided, and their loss heavy, while ours was comparatively right. It is estimated that in the woods, in front of Fort Gilmer, from six hundred to seven hundred of the enemy are laying dead, and after the ay that they were forced on by white troops at the point of the bayonet, and threatened with instant death if they retreated. It is in this way that the Yankees show their affection for their "pet" Africans. The commands of Colonels Elliott and Dubois were highly complimented by the general commanding for their gallantry during the assault. Several farm houses below the city have been burnt within the past two days--some of them by the enemy and some by our own forces. The Yankees burnt