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command on the left, which extends from the left of the Fourteenth corps to beyond the railroad, advanced upon the enemy, with very strong lines, supported by artillery; fought them all day very energetically, driving them slowly back upon Kenesaw Mountains. The fire of McPherson's command met with vigorous response. McPherson captured four hundred prisoners during the afternoon. He got an enfilading artillery fire upon the enemy, who had taken refuge in his first line of breastworks, drove them from it, and to-night McPherson leads the first line at or near the base of Kenesaw Mountains. His loss was trifling. An assault on the centre. About four o'clock P. M., the Fourth and Fifth corps formed and advanced by column in mass, with brigade front and lines of skirmishers thrown out. The demonstration was made chiefly by the Fourth corps, supported by Palmer on the left. Newton's division, of the Fourth corps, led the movement; the Forty-second and Fifty-first Illinois, un