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f Buckner's corps, and Kershaw, and Humphreys, of McLaws's division, had again become engaged with the enemy in a desperate conflict. After gaining possession of the ridge as heretofore described, they had continued the pursuit until they came up with the retiring foe, who turned upon his pursuers and once more attempted to make a stand. The reinforcing column was about to wheel into position, when the battery of ten guns opened upon it a terrific enfilading fire. About the same time Lt. Col. Sorrel, of Longstreet's staff, ordered Stewart's division to advance and Call upon the flank of the column. The shock was terrible.--The enemy halted, staggered backwards, fell into confusion, and finally feed, followed by those to whose assistance they had gone. --Indeed, they were badly whipped on this part of the line, and lost largely in prisoners and killed and wounded. About 3,000 prisoners were taken. In addition to the guns captured by Kershaw, Hood's division took twenty-one, thirt