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msburg road just beyond the battle-field. The plan of the battle was this: Gens Hill and Longstreet were to attack in front, and when the enemy were repulsed, Gen. Whiting was to march down thenine-mile road and make an attack upon the flank. The force was started down this road, but come unexpectedly upon large body of the enemckahominy and entrenched themselves. This was on the left of the railroad and east of the New Bridge, or nine-mile road, as it is known in country parlance. Whiting's division, formerly Major-General Smith's consisted of his own brigade, commanded by Col. Pender, (the famous "3d brigade," which Bee led at Manassas;) Hood's brton, who was killed. While proceeding down the New Bridge road, endeavoring to get to the rear of the enemy, who were falling back before Gen. Longstreet, Gen. Whiting a division was attacked by the enemy on the left flank in overwhelm of force, causing him to change front, and out two hours engage in a contest, which, consid