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ion was next on the left, was not idle while this struggle was going on. He engaged the enemy in his front, and after a fierce encounter compelled him to retire along with the rest of the Yankee forces. The advantages which Longstreet had gained on the left could but arrest the attention of Rosecrans, who consequently detached a heavy force from his left wing and centre and sent it to the support of his right.--This important movement did not escape the vigilant eyes of the Confederates. Gen. Law, who succeeded to the command of Hood's division after the latter was dangerously wounded, ordered a battery of ten guns to be pushed forward to a position from which it could enfilade the reinforcing column as it advanced. This was late in the afternoon, and at a time when Preston and Johnson's divisions of Buckner's corps, and Kershaw, and Humphreys, of McLaws's division, had again become engaged with the enemy in a desperate conflict. After gaining possession of the ridge as heretof