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The great victory. Owing to an omission in printing some remarks in yesterday's Dispatch upon the last important victory of Southern arms, we were made to say the battle was fought on Saturday. The main fight after the heroic Jackson had gotten behind the enemy begun on Saturday. According to General Lee the enemy was on that day, under the combined attack of Jackson in the rear and Longstreet in front, driven to within one mile of Chancellorsville, probably a distance of four miles. The contest was renewed on Sunday morning, and the enemy "was dislodged from all his positions around Chancellorsville, and driven back to wards the Rappahannock," over which he was retreating when General Lee wrote his dispatch — at what hour on Sunday the paper itself does not show. Ere this goes to press we may have further particulars of this triumph, inferior in importance to none of the very many which have crowned the arms of the Southern Confederacy. With only the brief message of Gen.