ridge, which it had occupied for some days.
The brigades of Bee and Wilcox, with Stuart's cavalry, the greatest portion of wagainst the stone bridge, had sent the two small brigades of Bee and Bartow, numbering 2800 men, with a field-battery, to joitant rattling of musketry and subsequently by Evans himself, Bee and Bartow change their direction, and arrive in time to assand on his right by Griffin's regular battery of artillery.
Bee, forming his line with admirable judgment, soon changes the position, which was defended on that side by the brigades of Bee and Bartow.
This vigorous attack threw their ranks instanor the fugitives, who were coming in from every direction.
Bee, who was struggling in vain to stop the rout, exclaimed, it chiefs whose example had until then stimulated his troops.
Bee and Bartow had been killed near the Henry house; Hampton wasoah for which he had been impatiently looking since morning, Bee's brigade of that army having alone arrived during the night