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Hughes's along the river bank, to a point immediately beneath and west of the fortifications--Gen. McBride's command and a portion of Gen. Harris's having been ordered to reinforce him. Col. Rives, inthen took possession of the boats, one of which was richly freighted with valuable stores. General McBride's and General Harris's divisions meanwhile gallantly stormed and occupied the bluffs immedi The heights to the left of Anderson's house, which had been taken, as before stated, by Generals McBride and Harris, and by part of Gen. Steen's command, under Col. Boyd and Major Winston, were rueights, where moveable breastworks were speedily constructed out of them by Generals Harris and McBride, Colonel Rives and Major Winston, and their respective commands. Capt. Kelly's battery (attachcourage and fixed determination of our men. In these desperate encounters, the veterans of McBride's and Slack's divisions fully sustained their proud reputation, while Col. Martin Green and his