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brigades of Col. Salyth, Gen. Tyler, and Col. McKeen in the front line arranged from left to right, in the order in which they are mentioned, but while advancing Gen. Owen's brigade moved obliquely and came up on the left of Col. Smyth's, so that the four brigades went in together. There was nearly a mile of ground to traverser 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 valor, rushed forward in advance of their comrades, and succeeded in entering the enemy's entove, viz: 4,000 in killed, wounded, and missing. About 9 P. M. the enemy made a charge on our left, attacking the portion of our line held by Col. Smith's and Owen's brigades, of Gibbon's division, 2d corps, and also Col. Upton's brigade, of Russell's division, 6th corps. Gen. Barlow, who was on the front of his line, overhea