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et some regular regiment beat that. They again go forward. Thus reformed, the 10th went back into the rifle pits to the left of the road. But the left now rested upon others. Kearney was in and at it. Berry's brigade, and a portion of Jameson's, now held the left, and the 10th was soon called across to take part in the bitter struggle at that point, which was then our right, but which, by the extension of our line, to the arrival of fresh troops on both sides, eventually became the cthat the enemy's advance was checked, for he was fairly stopped in the swampy ground near the Nine-Mile road; but he had gained too much to give it up easily, and he tried again; and again our line gave way. The 1st Long Island broke; but two of Jameson's regiments — the 57th and 63d Pennsylvania--would have more than retrieved it. Col. Campbell, of the 57th, was soon down; but Col. Hayes, of the 63d by his heroic example and desperate endeavor, kept the men in their places, and inspired all ar