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The battle on James Island.brilliant Confederate victory. [correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Charleston, June 20, 1862. The late battle in the vicinity of this city was a far more brilliant and important affair than at first supposed. The enemy were so badly beaten that they have not fired a shot from their gunboats or batteries since, though previous to the fight they kept up a constant cannonade day and right. Considering the number of troops engaged on our side, and the length and fierceness of the combat, the battle is one of the most remarkable of the war. The rout of the invaders was complete. They abandoned their dead and fled in wild confusion to their gunboats. Tow of their regiments — the 79th New York, (Highlanders,) and one from Michigan, fought well. One company of the former penetrated as far as our breastworks, and its captain was killed while mounting them aparts. The enemy had five regiments in the fight. Our force engaged consisted of three com