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June 3--Great battle. Our line as follows: Left wing. Early in command of Ewell's corps, with divisions of Early, Gordon, Rodes — Centre, A P Hill's corps, with Heth's and Breckinridge's divisions. Right wing, Anderson's corps, (Longstreet's) with Hoke's, Field's, Clingman's, Kershaw's divisions Attack at daylight on Anderson and Breckinridge; front on Early Yankees repulsed everywhere with frightful slaughter; our loss less than in any other great battle the war Battle over at 10 A M; enemy's loss 6,000. Night attack on Breckinridge, Finnegan, Hoke — soon repulsed. Saturday, June 4.--Skirmishing; three feeble night assaults. Sunday, June 5--Grant's flag of truce for burying the dead; at night the enemy swing round to our right hastily Monday, June 6--Early followed them for two miles Enemy entrenched on Tolsotemay Creek, with swamp in front. Tuesday, June 7--Yankees still moving to on right, in front of Hill and Anderson. Flag of trace for burying the dea