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OFFICIAL DESPATCHES.

- ATTACK BY GEN. HILDYARD.

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ATTACK BY GEN. HILDYARD. BRITISH LOSSES: 14 KILLED j I AND 50 WOUNDED. The following telegram from ir Redvers Bullei 9N% received at the War Office on '-Nlonday: Pietermaritziburg, 26th Nov., 10-45 p.m. Hildyard, from Estcourt, mad-e a. successful attack on 23rd November with three battalions, one field battery, naval gun, and about 700 mounted troops on the enemy, who were occu- pying Beacon Hill, which dominates Willow Grange and had interrupted his communica- tions. Result of operations, enemy retired and raiilway and telegraph lines restored between Estcourt and Weston. Our loss about fourteen killed and fifty wounded. Hildyard has ad- vanced to a position near Frere. as he hopes to cut off the enemy, who is believed to be retiring on Colenso by Weenen. General Barton from Weston has advanced to Estcourt. As soon as eommunica,tion is restored I will telegraph particulars. So far as I make out the opera- tion has been one for which Hildyard and his troops deserve much credit. The railway ia now open to Frere.

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