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General Hill, of whose conduct and courage he speaks in the highest terms. Major General Smith's division moved forward at o'clock — Whiting's three brigade . their progress was by the enemies which, with their supports, were back to the railroad. At this point, Whiting's own, and Pettigrew's brigade, engaged a superior force of the enemy. Hoods, by my order moved on cooperate with Longstreet. Gen. Smith was desired to hasten up with all the troops within reach. He brought up Hampton's and Hatton's brigades in a few minutes. the strength of the enemy's position, however, enabled him to hold it until dark. about subset being struck from my horse severely wounded by a fragment of a shell, I was carried from the field, and Major-General G. W. Smith succeeded to the command. he was prevented from resulting his attack on the enemy's position next morning; by the discovery of strong not seen on the previous evening. His the night of the 31st, within the en