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reported as missing are supposed to have been killed or wounded. On the evening of the third the enemy's cavalry appeared on Longstreet's right flank against Hood's division, commanded by Gen. Law After skirmishing for some time a body of them, estimated at four hundred, made a dash at Henry's battalion of artillery, and came very near to it; but the artillerists played upon them grape and canister with very damaging effect. At the same time Major W H. Sellars, Adjutant Hood's division, arranged some regiments with the view of cutting off their retreat. The Yankee cavalry, finding themselves hemmed in, abandoned their original purpose and began to mand. Providence made him a hero at Gettysburg, but at Chickamauga he even surpassed himself, and a grateful people will ever delight to do honor to Lt. Gen John B Hood. Over the graves of Barksdale, whose bravery was only equalled by his patriotism, and Semmes, than whom God never made a purer Christian gentleman, we can only dr