r side, was Brigadier General H. H. Walker, of Virginia, whose foot has been amputated.
Between 10 o'clock and nightfall the enemy made repeated assaults upon Field's Division, but were handsomely repulsed in every instance by our line of skirmishers, Field's line of battle never finding it necessary to engage them.
Field's lField's line of battle never finding it necessary to engage them.
Field's loss was very trifling.
Very near dark the enemy made a most vigorous and determined assault upon Rodes's line of battle, driving Daniel's and Dole's lines of battle from their breastworks, and capturing six pieces of our artillery.
Johnston's North Carolina, Walker's Stonewall, Va, and Gordon's Georgia Brigade, however, quickly came to their assistance, driving the enemy back, and recapturing our lost guns.
The enemy's loss is said to be very heavy, especially in Field's and Rodes's front — The enemy are certainly fighting with great nerve and desperation.
The Yankee Major General Sedgwick is certainly killed, and it is reported that Warr