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afterward the enemy came feeling their way through the woods, and finally a general battle ensued. The cannonading was terrific, and the musketry can only be understood by those who have heard the crash of immense trees in quick succession. Duryea's gallant Zouaves were lying upon the ground for two hours, while our batteries were shelling the woods over them. Finally, toward night, the enemy attempted to break the centre line in front of Duryea's Zouaves, and the musketry firing becaDuryea's Zouaves, and the musketry firing became most terrific, lasting some twenty or thirty minutes, after which, there was a lull. Shortly afterward an attempt was made to break through the right which was repulsed, and half an hour later another attempt was made on the left, with the same result. The battle had then been raging for some four hours without any apparent change or advantage on either side. Reinforcements of artillery and infantry then, came steadily along over the bridge, marching through the heat and dust over the