urging on the charge of the regiment.
Here, also, fell Captain R. A. Hawthorn, gallantly leading his company.
A few paces farther fell Captain Henagan, another noble spirit, leading his company.
Close by his side fell his gallant Lieutenant, (Brown,) and farther fell the gallant and patriotic Lieutenant Samuel McFall, and near him fell Sergeant-Major McGhee, nobly cheering the men on to the charge.
My men, although now under three cross-fires, and falling thick and fast from one end of they wounded in neck by minie ball.
We were fortunate enough to get all of our wounded into the city during the evening and night. W. G. Crenshaw.
Report of Colonel Bradley T. Johnson.
headquarters Maryland line, July 7, 1862. Captain J. Campbell Brown, Assistant Adjutant General, Third Division:
Captain: On Thursday, June twenty-sixth, when the army advanced from Ashland, the first Maryland regiment, of my command, was ordered to the front by Brigadier-General Ewell, with directio