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at excited the admiration of every beholder, including Gen Lee. The enemy swarmed over the hill and rushed against the lines to the right and left, but Rodes, and Gordon, and Wilcox were there to meet them. The battle was soon fully joined, and for nine hours it roared and hissed and dashed over the bloody angle and along theld in the angle or centre of Ewell's position, he brought up line after line and buried it with tremendous violence, at one time against Rodes, at another against Gordon, and then against both. Wilcox was brought up and placed on Gordon's left, and Wofford and Humphreys, of Kershaws's division, and Jenkins's brigade, of Fields's,Gordon's left, and Wofford and Humphreys, of Kershaws's division, and Jenkins's brigade, of Fields's, Anderson's corps, were sent to the assistance of Rodes. Additional batteries were sent in the same direction. Heth went to the right, and all of Anderson's old division but Wright followed him. And thus the whirling, remorseless maelstrom drew everything into its angry vortex. The enemy exhibited a courage and resolution worth