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emed surprised at the idea of being checked, contemplating a triumphant entrance into Atlanta. On Saturday, the 19th, the two contending armies confronted each other in battle array. Our line extended from Reed's bridge to Lee & Gordon's mills, a distance of between seven and ten miles, over a rugged, barren country of hill and dale. Between 8 and 9 o'clock A. M. the battle opened on our right, in the course of an hour the firing because heavy and rapid, the batteries of Forrest's and Walker's divisions, and the reserve, Capt. Lumsden's battery, in command of Major Palmer, Chief of Artillery, keeping up a perfect roar of fire, which was fully returned by the enemy. The lines of both armies moved to and fro like the advancing and receding waves of the sea. Cheatham's division soon became under fire, with its artillery under command of Major Melauthon Smith. The fight was kept up with varied success, when the gallant division of General Cleburne charged the enemy after dark, by
C. S. District Court. --Judge Halyburton's Court was again in session Saturday. The petition of J. C. Ritterhouse, asking to be discharged from Capt. Hayward's company, was granted, and the petitioner discharged from custody. The argument in the case of the Roanoke Valley Railroad Company against Col. C. F. M. Garnett and Capt George E. Walker, was partly heard and its further disposition postponed. The Judge will announce his decision on the petition of Thomas E. Kinney, praying to be discharged from military service, on Monday.