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nday. We have been placed in possession of further information relative to the fight on Sunday, June 30th which we are assured may be relied upon as correct. Semmes's brigade occupied the position extremely in the left of the York River Railroad. has composed of the 15th and 32d Virginia regiment 5th and 10th Louisiana regiments, and 10th and 53d Georgia regiments. Griffith's Mississippi brigade supported the left of Semmes's command to advancing through the dense wood, the 10th Georgia being about the centre of Semmes's brigade got some distance in the advance and claims to have been the first to open fire upon the enemy Almost immediately afterwarSemmes's brigade got some distance in the advance and claims to have been the first to open fire upon the enemy Almost immediately afterward they were subjected to these fires at the same times--one in front from the enemy, one from the 23d Georgia regiment and the other from the 21st Mississippi; yet, never flinching, they bore the galling fire like veterans.--The 10th Georgia was formed in line of battle partly in the woods and partly in the field, and it was the r