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n, and a number of its agents were present administering to the wants of the wounded. Writing on the 17th, he says: On the afternoon of yesterday General Burnside arrived with the Ninth corps and took a position to the left of the Second, and at 6 P M a charge by the latter was ordered, to attempt the capture of an imp Ewell's Hill's, and Beauregard's corps. The casualties in this charge were very heavy, probably not less that fifteen hundred. At three o'clock this morning Gen Burnside, in accordance with instructions, ordered an attack on the main position, which formed the object of attack last night. During the night he had closed thee on the left of Gen Barlow, and the latter had orders to act with him if he saw it could be done with advantage. Gen Potter's division formed the first line of Burnside's corps, and was the only portion of the corps engaged, although the remainder were in support, and ready to go in if needed. The advance was made promptly