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, under Colonel Nugent, (Sixty-ninth New York,) known far and wide as the Irish brigade, going in with its old time valor. It did not take many minutes to ascertain the fact that Lee had not denuded his line.--Hill's corps was found, but Miles pushed on, charging the rebels out of the rifle-pits, forming their skirmish line in front of their main works. In the meantime, General Mott had advanced the Third division, General DeTrobriand's brigade on the right, Pierce in the centre, and McAllister on the left, his first, advance on his right being led by the Twentieth Indiana and Seventy-third New York on the right, and the One Hundred and Twentieth New York and Eleventh New Jersey on the left.--Here the same result followed as in Miles's front. A brisk fight, a determined advance, ending by our occupancy of the rebel rifle-pits. The fighting was principally with musketry; artillery, on both sides, being very little used at any time during the day. Further down on our left,