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ssiles, thinning the ranks of the rebels to an astonishing extent, while our own loss was slight. About dark, Gen. Kearney finding that, notwithstanding their loss, the rebels were determined to stand their ground, ordered another bayonet charge, and so effective was the order, that they retreated over a quarter of a mile. At this juncture, when our arms seemed crowned with success, reinforcements which were evidently in reserve came up, while our own men were joined by a portion of Gen Burnside's command and General Robinson's brigade. The engagement became general, and at last a portion of General Birney's brigade, that officer being with his command, and led by the gallant Kearney, made another of their brilliant charges, and with the same result as the others.--The keen eye of Kearney at this time discovered an important point which was not properly covered, and while riding towards the spot, at his own request, and, as was always his custom when upon dangerous missions, una