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ral hours of firing between the artillery of the two armies, the enemy's infantry advanced to the conflict all along the line, which was kept up and increased in volume from one end of the line to the other for several hours, when at lest the enemy made a vigorous assault against, the right of our left wing, the position assaulted being a height commanded by Col. Herman, and defeated by his brigade, consisting of the foth Tennessee, under command of Lieut. Col McGavock, Voorhies's Tennessee, Hughes's Alabama, and Col. Head's Tennessee regiments of volunteers and Capt, Maney's field battery. This assault was vigorously made, and the position as vigorously defended, and resulted in the repulse of the enemy here and everywhere around the line The result of the day's work pretty well teated the strength of our defensive line, and established, beyond question, the gallantry of the entire command, all of whom fought well at every portion of the line. The lose sustained by our forces in