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ntime confronting the enemy at Hollingsworth's Mill, near the town, pushed the enemy's pickets to the edge of town, and would have driven them farther, but for fear of drawing the enemy's fire on the town. The rest of the division, consisting of Smith's Hays's, and Hoke's brigades, were now engaged in the execution of the flank movement. Meantime General Johnston moved a portion of his division across the Millwood road, and threw out a line of skirmishers, so as to divert attention from Earlyom Colonel Jones's battalion and eight belonging to the 1st Virginia regiment, under Capt. Dance, Col. Brown acting as Chief of Artillery of corps — were placed in position. Hays's Louisiana brigade was now ordered to prepare for the charge, and Smith's Virginians were so disposed as to act as supports.--Our artillery opened a vigorous, and well directed fire on the enemy's works and guns. They responded with considerable spirit; but after the artillery duel had been kept up for some thirty m