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Gen. Hancock. The latter corps was the first to open the attack, the First and Second divisions, under Gens Barlow and Gibbons, being assigned to make the assault, while the third division was held as reserve. At precisely 4½ A. M., a gun was fir. Miles and the Fourth brigade, Col. Brooke, each formed in two lines, led the assault, the former on the extreme left. Gibbons's division, on starting, had the brigades of Col. Salyth, Gen. Tyler, and Col. McKeen in the front line arranged from len either side have been obliged to lay low themselves, however high they might pitch their voices. On the line of Gen. Gibbons's division, two companies belonging to Owen's brigade, forgetting the maxim that discretion is the better part of valoa breastwork, under the shelter of which they can withdraw. They will get out during the night. The distance gained by Gibbons's division is about half a mile, and they captured about 150 prisoners. The Sixth corps, with Russell's division on