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y advancing their lines, suddenly, fell upon our pickets, and owing to superior numbers drove them in upon our supports. The advance of the enemy was composed of Sickles's and another brigade. Informed of the state of things the 1st Louisiana was sent forward to reconnoitre and find the enemy's force, position and intentions — buwhich struck, down dozens of the Valliant fellows. But not dismayed at this reception and their heavy loss, the brave men instantly dressed their line, dashed at Sickles's hirelings with the bayonet, and routed them. Still opposed to numbers greater than their own, the 1st Louisiana was quickly supported we are informed, by the 3n James McKernan, of the 7th New Jersey, there are also the following visitors to Libby's warehouse: 1 Sergeant, 2 Corporals, 2 Musicians, 6 privates — in all, 12 prisoners, part of Sickles's Excelsior brigade, 7th N. J., 19th Mass., 2d N. Y., and 5th N. J. taken at the old battle ground of the "Seven Pines. " Three were wounde