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Chapter 17: Hatcher's Run. October 25 to November 1, 1864. By the left flank-the fight on Boydton Plank Road the Tenth sent in at it hot and heavy we are flanked on to Libby —give ‘Em canister fall of Lieut. Smith and Private Atkinson running the gantlet fall of Lieut. Granger with Drawal of the Corps synopsis of General Hancock's Report. Having marched some distance to the rear, we came to a halt in a large field near Fort Bross. This was a fort at the extreme left of our rear line of defences, near the Norfolk Railroad. Here we were joined by more artillery and two divisions of infantry. No further movement was made Tuesday, and we lay whiling away the time, hearing and circulating yarns as to the destination of the prospective move. The battery wagon and forge were sent to City Point, which gave color to the story that all non-combatants and superfluous materielwere to be sent thither, that a small picket was to hold the main line, while the rest of