. Hon. Secretary of War
About 4½ A. M. to-day, the enemy made an attack upon the right of our line.
In front of General Hoke and part of General Breckenridge's line he was repulsed without difficulty.
He succeeded in penetrating a salientring to be establish, their skirmish line.
The enemy was soon repulsed.
Immediately afterwards an attack was made upon Gen Hoke's front, with a like result.
Up to the time of writing, nothing has occurred along the lines to-day, except skirmisy's front, and also Field's, of Longstreet's corps, but were easily repulsed.
About eight o'clock on Friday night, as Hoke, Breckinridge and Mahene were moving forward in order to re-establish the picket lines, which had been temporarily derangermishing through the day along the lines, but it amounted to nothing.
Last night the enemy made a feeble assault upon Hoke and Finnegan, but were quickly repulsed.
To day all has been unusually quiet.
Grant is doubtless keeping the Sabbath hol