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against his right, under Gen. Kershaw. They were met with great steadiness, and repulsed in every instance. The attack extended to our extreme left, under Gen Early, with like results. Later in the day it was twice renewed against Gen Heth, who occupied Early's left, but was repulsed with loss. Gen. Hampton encounteredEarly's left, but was repulsed with loss. Gen. Hampton encountered the enemy's cavalry near Hawes's shop, and a part of Gen Wm. H. F. Lee's division drove them from their entrenchments. Our loss to-day has been small, and our success, under the blessing of God, all that we could expect. Respectfully, R. E. Lee, General. In the above dispatch Gen. Lee makes invariable mention ocontending hosts, and the situation is essentially the same that it was at the close of those repeated and desperate charges. On Friday evening the enemy attacked Early's front, and also Field's, of Longstreet's corps, but were easily repulsed. About eight o'clock on Friday night, as Hoke, Breckinridge and Mahene were moving