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the 10th inst., a fight was opened in his front and all along the line. Several furious attacks were made by the enemy during the day and gallantly repulsed every time until 5 o'clock P. M., when a desperate and overwhelming assault was made upon the centre, first with grape and canister from a battery of six guns concealed in a ravine, and then a charge by three regiments of infantry, causing Col. Trimble and Major Halsey to give way and retire by the flank to the rear of Cols. Carter and Giltner. Pursuing their advantage, the enemy had the temerity to continue the charge through the open field upon Gen. W.'s batteries. When within about one hundred and fifty yards of the guns a most destructive and terrible fire was opened upon them, causing their solid columns to waver, break, and finally retreat in great confusion. The rout was complete. The position lost before was regained, and the battle field held until 12 o'clock at night, when it was discovered that large columns were adv