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try, and only abandoned their guns after twenty one horses had been shot down. A portion of our lines in this vicinity was held by the both Virginia regiment, Wise's brigade, who handsomely repulsed an attack of the enemy. In this assault Col. P. R. Page, of the 26th, was mortally wounded, and died soon after reaching Petersburg. He was a native of Gloucester county, and a most gallant and popular officer. For some time past Col. Page has been in command of the brigade, Gen. Wise acting as division commander. Heavy skirmishing and occasional cannonading continued along other portions of the lines until 3 o'clock in the afternoon, when an effort in his death. His remains were brought to Richmond, and interred yesterday afternoon, after appropriate services at Sycamore church. Capt. Carter succeeded O. Jennings Wise, who fell at Roanoke Island, and has been with his company ever since. He was a gallant and popular officer, and universally esteemed by his acquaintances.