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After the arrival of Longstreet the enemy changed his position and began to concentrate opposite Jackson's left, opening a brisk artillery fire, which was responded to with effect by some of General A. P. Hill's batteries.
Colonel Walton placed a part of his artillery upon a commanding position between the lines of Generals Jackson and Longstreet, by order of the latter, and engaged the enemy vigorously for several hours.
Soon afterward General Stuart reported the approach of the left; and three others, under General Kemper, to the support of the right of these commands.
General D. R. Joneses division was placed upon the Manassas Gap railroad to the right, and en échelon with regard to the last three brigades.
Colonel Walton placed his batteries in a commanding position between my line and that of General Jackson, and engaged the enemy for several hours in a severe and successful artillery duel.
At a late hour in the day Major-General Stuart reported the approac