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ssisted in driving him from the position assumed on the old turnpike on Sunday. Capture of Marye's Heights. After this, these divisions were sent to aid Gen. Early, whose division was contending with the enemy, under Gen. Sedgwick, in the immediate front of Fredericksburg; they, as stated, having carried Marye's Heights ondivisions took position on the right of the plank road, from which they moved on in the direction of Fredericksburg, and formed a junction with the left wing of Gen. Early, who had extended his right wing very near the Rappahannock, at a point about equidistant from the town and Banks's ford. About 4 o'clock in the afternoon of that day an attack was commenced by the troops on Early's left, who were at once joined by McLaws and Anderson, forcing the enemy in the direction of the ford. Early's troops participated actively in this struggle, capturing several pieces of artillery and many prisoners. That night the whole Yankee force on this end of the line o