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up until night. When having forced the entire line to nearly half-way from their camps to at a late hour in the afternoon a effort was made by the enemy to and get possession of the land seaports, &c. was guarded by the gun boats Captains Gwyn and Shir commanding, with four 20-pounder and a battery of rifled guns.-- a deep and impassable ravine for cavalry, and very difficult for this point, no troops were except the necessary artillerists, infantry force for their support mnce of column a part of the division Nelson, arrived, and the two General both being present, an advance immediately made upon the point of the enemy were soon driven back.-- much is due to the presence of Tyler and Lexington, and their Captains Gwyn and Shirkusen, the night the division under Gens. and McCook arrived. New Wallace, at Crumple Landing, was ordered at an early hour morning to hold his division in readily moved in any direction to which it was ordered. At abo