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00 men. There is a ridge extending along the west of the town, and along the side of this our infantry, was placed — Gordon's brigade on the right and Donatly's upon the left. The enemy occupied apposition where there were woods' in the , with rifle-pits and batteries in font of Gordon's brigade, not more than half a mile distant. When General Banks came out the centre was rait to be too much weakened; still it was feared that the enemy would attempt to flank one right, which was, in ebels were advancing against the 21 Massachusetts, ceased firing, limbered up, and retreated. The battery in rear of Gordon's brigade limbered up, also, and galloped off full speed. The guns were taken out at just the proper time. A short time later and they would have been captured. The infantry of Gordon's brigade retreated through the town, their drums beating, in good order. Col. Murphy, 29th Pennsylvania, was obliged to dismount from his horse, who had become unmanagea