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and Sherman. His first letter, dated the 8th inst, says: So soon as our cavalry was withdrawn from our immediate front on yesterday Gen. Hood ordered Major Gens. Stewart and Bates to march through Buzzard Gap and occupy all of the spurs that jut out from the main ridge on the north side of the Gap. Eldridge's battalion of ad with heavy loss. They also attacked Brown and were repulsed.--(These three brigades belong to Stevenson's division.) They also attacked Mill Creek Gap, held by Stewart's division, in very strong force, and made a determined effort to carry it by storm, but after a long and desperate struggle, were whipped back with great loss. Maney's brigade also whipped back the enemy with severe loss. Simultaneous with the attack on Stevenson and Stewart, the enemy made an attack on Hindman's left, and were whipped. The day closed with our army holding every position, and I have no doubt of our ability to repel every attack. Gen. Johnston was on the field t