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r and others of Fitz Lee's brigades. The "pitching in" of Warren, Wright, and Hancock, which took place at nightfall, is already known to the Confederates as havinghe left, speedily, Gen Meade ordered an attack by the balance of our lines. Gen Hancock was the only one who received the order in time to make the attack before dahas just closed. As soon as the enemy attacked the left of Warren, Wright and Hancock were ordered to pitch in, but do not seem to have got ready until after nightfpatch above referred to is dated at 6 o'clock this morning, and states that on Hancock's attack last night, Col Brooks drove the enemy out of a strongly entrenched stomy creek, last evening, and is in full connection with Warren's. The left of Hancock's rests upon this side of the creek. The 6th corps is upon Hancock's right, aHancock's right, and threatens the left flank of the enemy. Smith ought to arrive at New Castle by noon, whence he can support Warren and Burnside, if necessary. Sheridan, w