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t becomes necessary to call for volunteers to assault our works, and if the volunteers when they come forward do no better than those did to day, then the struggle here is approaching its end. But there is a homely but wise maxim which teaches us not to shout until we get out of the woods. After all, these movements on the right and feeble attacks on the left may have a meaning which we do not yet fully understand. The prisoners report, also, the arrival of a division yesterday under Gen. Angur, composed of the sweepings of the hospitals, jails, and provost guard houses. These are believed to be the last reinforcements that can be sent to Grant, unless a portion of the forces operating in North Georgia and against Richmond from below are recalled. It is not improbable that the arrival of Augur's division, and intelligence of the defeat of Butler by Beauregard, may have influenced Grant to order the attack. Augur's troops, like Burnside's "black spirits and white," will be wort