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ed in running out a 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 the right, Ricketts's on the centre, and Neill's on the left, advanced shortly after the advance of the Second corps, and gained nearly the same amount of ground, which they have held all day under an extremely heavy fire, and fortve, 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, overheard the rebel officers give the order, "fix bayonets," and instantly sent to warn Gen. Gibbon to be on the alert. The men were at the moment busily engaged in entrenchi