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Gen. Casey's ambulance. --Dr. J. S. Dorsey Cullen, Surgeon General of Longstreet's division, is now in possession of the Abolition General Casey's private ambulance, which he captured last Sunday in the battle near Barker's farm. It may be seen occasionally on the streets, and can be recognized by having its late owner's name painted on it in prominent letters. The man who rebuked McClellan for lying in claiming an Abolition victory at Williamsburg, is worthy to have that ambulance.
ed fight on Sunday morning, which was sustained by Hahons's brigade against superior forces, in the woods and field to the right of the 7th mile post on the York River Railroad, there had occurred early on the same morning a sharp encounter below Barker's farm, on the Williamsburg road, which resulted in the retreat of the enemy. Though driven from their camp and position on the farm (Saturday evening) and chased down the road some two and a half miles, they wished to regain their old position,ed themselves nobly in the action. Among other regiments which greatly distinguished themselves, (viz: the 4th N. C., 1st Virginia, 11th Va., 13th Ala., Paul's (La.) Battalion, &c., each and all being claimants for capturing the batteries at Barker's farm,) it is universally conceded that Jenkins's 5th S. C. (1st Sharpshooters) and the 4th displayed uncommon gallantry, being magnificently officered and handled throughout the whole action, and displaying less excitement and anxiety, perhaps,