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. They were Benning's, Law's, and Robertson's brigades, of Hood's division, and Kershaw's and Humphrey's brigades, of McLawounting almost, if not quite, to a general battle, in which Hood and his veterans displayed great spirit and resolution. Gemmand of Longstreet was composed of such of the brigades of Hood's and McLaws's divisions as had come up, and Hindman's, Preorders Buckner executed a successful flank movement, whilst Hood and others made a vigorous assault in front. The effect ofhe Confederates. Gen. Law, who succeeded to the command of Hood's division after the latter was dangerously wounded, orderes were taken. In addition to the guns captured by Kershaw, Hood's division took twenty-one, thirteen of which were brought I need not stop to particularize one more than another. Gen. Hood's wound, which has resulted in the amputation of his thigcluding Brig.-Gens. Preston Smith and Deishler killed, Maj.-Gen. Hood badly wounded, and Brig.-Gen. Dan. Adams severely woun
A dispatch from General Hood's surgeon states that the thigh was amputated very high up, but his patient is doing well and in fine spirits.