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accordingly. By command of E. W. Pierce, Brigadier-General. R. A. Pierce, Brig.-Major. Col. Duryea's report. Headquarters, CampPer order, Col. A. Duryea. Lieut. Mallory, Aide-de-Camp. To Brigadier-Gen. Pierce. Captain Kilpatrick's report. Headquarters, Camp Hty yards in the rear. A few minutes afterwards orders came from Gen. Pierce to cease firing and retire. It gives me great pleasure to mentie honor to report that, in accordance with orders received from General Pierce on the night of the 9th inst., my command was ordered under armhed the ground and found the action going on. Upon reporting to General Pierce, he directed me to proceed to the front and deploy my regiment ns, and completely outflanked the entire brigade, at which time General Pierce deemed it proper to retire. From the most reliable informationly, Wm. H. Allen, Colonel First regiment. Letter from Brigadier-General Pierce. Camp Hamilton, June 12, 1861. To the Editor of the B