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an attempt to enfilade Rodes's artillery, and in truth these batteries of the enemy were doing us a good deal of damage. Gordon's and Hoke's brigades were formed on the right of the Heidiersburg road. A space was left between them for Hays's brigadhich was soon made — Smith's brigade being left to support the artillery. Just as the enemy were out-flanking Doles, Gordon's brigade started forward to charge the enemy. And magnificently and nobly did he and his Georgia braves go to their apphe night in felling abattis and throwing up fortifications. Early now occupied the town with three brigades — Hay's, Gordon's and Hoke's — Smith being left as a reserve to provide against any flank or rear movement — his right resting on the maiot have held their ground against the column of the enemy endeavoring to turn Doles's left), yet his loss was not heavy. Gordon's loss was about 400. That of the other two brigades was quite slight. Col. Jones's battalion of artillery also did go