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ements sent to oppose the victorious advance of Longstreet. This time their assault was successful. The foe was driven back at every point, on the right, centre and left. The day had been won; the enemy were flying from the field. Night alone put an end to the conflict, and saved him from a ruinous defeat, if not from annihilation. Gen. Hill speaks in high terms of Breckinridge and Cleburne, and their brave commands. Polk and Walker acquired fresh renown; and the bold and intrepid Forrest, the gallant Wheeler, and the spirited Wharton, with their hardy troopers, were omnipresent; at one moment harassing the flanks of the enemy, at another beating back his advances; now hovering on the hills and mountains, and anon swooping through the valleys like eagles upon their prey. Indeed, the universal report is that every man did his duty, and none more than General Longstreet. The result speaks for itself, and is the eulogy of all, of the privates as well as the officers. Of