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is acknowledged. It appears that this "reconnaissance" was made by Terry's (white) and Birney's (negro) divisions, assisted by Kantz's cavaled were made is thus described in a letter to the Herald: General Terry ordered the advance, and his skirmishers moved steadily forwardted in the repulse of the rebels and the steady advance of our men. Terry's main line of battle then advanced into the edge of the wood. The Here, then, was the first discovery, and an important one too. General Terry had previously, on two occasions, moved over this very ground, cter and strength of these fortifications. About 10 A. M., General Terry was in readiness to proceed with the second part of the duty aserance of the soldiers brought into existence by this war. General Terry's assaults on these works developed the fact that they were helthe military skill of the acting commander of the corps, brevet Major- General Terry. When our lines had withdrawn from the dense woods, and