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ion to the west of the railroad, and near Hamilton's crossing. Before there arrival, however, our line of battle had been formed — the right wing consisting of A. P. Hill's and Tallaferro's divisions, and the left and centre formed by the divisions of Longstreet's corps, and extending to within three fourths of a mile of Frederich contesting the ground with more than usual obstinacy. Here and to the left of the right wing, the battle raged for perhaps an hour, our troops engaged being A. P. Hill's division and a portion of Barly's and Tallaferro's forces. Meanwhile, the enemy's columns were observed to falter, and presently to recede, when it very sooney soon full back in the direction of the river. This the heavy fighting on the right of the line, and the battle was principally fought and won by the troops of Hill's division, aided at times by the other troops of Jackson's corps. Whilst these operations were going on on the right, Longstreet's corps was hotly engaged wi