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federate arms. By direction of the Commanding General, Lieutenant-General A. P. Hill started, from camp, near this place, on Wednesday evenies in and out of camp. This, however, was true only partially. General Hill had no purpose to attack the enemy who are holding the road in olel with the railroad, to Malone's station. As soon as Lieutenant-General A. P. Hill learned that our cavalry had pressed the enemy back to ation. About 2 o'clock, all arrangements being completed, Lieutenant-General Hill ordered the line forward, and the command was promptly obe wounded. Having arrived in front of the enemy's line of works, General Hill determined to assault them at once, and, accordingly, ordered MaThe result, briefly told, was that our column was repulsed. General Hill was determined, however, not to give up the struggle without anoshell. It was next reported that the cavalry were in our rear. General Hill hastily getting together his personal staff couriers and all mou