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of the conflict. Col. Warren, commanding a division, made a most desperate charge, and was warmly complimented by Gen. Porter for his bravery and the efficiency of his men. At the right a most desperate effort was made to divide the army and peh troops, and the courage of the whole army was at its best. The line of the enemy's attack was concentrating, and Gen. Porter rode in front of the army, ordering the two wings of Morrell and Sykes and Couch to concentrate, and withdrawing Meaghie, in Gen. Couch's. At this moment Gen. Sickles's brigade came up, proffered by Gen. Heintzelman, and was received by Gen. Porter, and conducted to a point a little neglected. The engagement now became a scene of madness — a force of thirty thoena was in sight. Xenophon's remnant of the ten thousand, shouting "The sea! the sea!" were not more glad than we. Porter's entire train was brought over the Chickahominy before the battle of Friday, hence nothing was lost there. At Savage's