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the ground. The most important movement against the enemy's flank, however, was executed by Mahone's and Lane's brigades on the extreme right, under the direction of Gen Early. The was intendede and left wing, both of which were hard pressed — The two brigades were placed under command of Mahone, who passed around to the Fredericksburg road, and was about to engage to the enemy, when he metupposed to being to Burnside's corps, was withdrawn and double-quicked across the field to check Mahone. Just before it reached the scene of action, it came within full view of Pogue's and Pegram's g ground for a moment, then staggered back, and finally broke in the wildest disorder.--What with Mahone's fire to beat and the artillery ploughing great gaps in flank, their loss was terrible. A shehe battle of the Wilderness. Of the prisoners captured here, two or three hundred were taken by Mahone, and four colors and one guidon, when he moved on the flank of the enemy. Last night we rec