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lock. As the shadows were lengthening, the remnant of the army of Tennessee moved with intrepid step across the yet quiet fields upon the intrenchments of the enemy. The approaching night gave increased glare to the sheets of flame that leaped from beneath the enemy's headlogs to meet the advancing lines. The outer works were carried with but little delay, and Wagner's division made prisoners by Cleburne's and Brown's men. The First Arkansas, under command of Capt. A. F. Hockersmith, Colonel Colquitt having been wounded at Atlanta, went over the outer works without check. Abatis made of thorny locust trees and branches were in front of the works at some points. Cheatham's corps charged along the Columbia pike. Cleburne's division went through the locust thicket, from which the abatis had been cut, and, being on the right, came first under fire. He and the men of his division of Stewart's corps went over the outer works first, but there was an inner parapet. Some of Cheatham's m