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make the assault, while the third division was held as reserve. At precisely 4½ A. M., a gun was fired as a signal, and both divisions simultaneously moved forward. Of Barlow's division, the First brigade, Col. Miles and the Fourth brigade, Col. Brooke, each formed in two lines, led the assault, the former on the extreme left. Gibbons's division, on starting, had the brigades of Col. Salyth, Gen. Tyler, and Col. McKeen in the front line arranged from left to right, in the order in which theever, two hundred and fifteen prisoners, including a Major and fourteen line officers, and the flag of the Twenty-sixth Virginia regiment, as a reward of their prowess. Corporal Ferrence Bigler, Company D, Seventh New York Heavy Artillery in colonel Brooke's Brigade, was the captor of this flag. The Colonel of the regiment to which it belonged was bayonetted as our men entered the entrenchments. A battery of six guns which was behind the breast works was captured, but could not be brought off