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e could have captured most of the enemy, but we made at first for the lower ford, which I supposed was the only one leading into the town. Lieutenant Duncan, of the Thirty-seventh, perceiving the enemy crossing at an upper ford, promptly detached a part of the regiment, and fired upon the retreating enemy at that point, but not in time to cut them off. I threw the Tenth, Colonel Warren, into the town, and occupied with that and the Thirty-seventh the fords near the town; placed a battery (Carrington's) on the hill on the west side, which commanded the upper fords, and sent the Twenty-third regiment to protect the ford near Weyer's Cave. In the mean time, the enemy's infantry, which had advanced toward the town, was driven back by the artillery in great confusion. Captain Wooding's battery of my brigade did beautiful service from its position; the precision and accuracy of its fire, and the terrible execution it effected, eliciting the admiration of all who witnessed it. In obedience
Colonel Bradley T. Johnson, with the batteries of Brockenbrough, Carrington, and Courtnay. Jackson's division, the First brigade, General Che left of our infantry. Reinforced by the guns of Brockenbrough, Carrington, and Courtnay, of my command, our artillery now numbered about th Louisiana 4 15   1919 Thirteenth Special Battalion33 16  31922 Carrington's Battery 1     11 Total,5276136  11163174 battle of Malvernnth Louisiana   10   1010 Thirteenth Special Battalion   2   22 Carrington's Battery   2   22 Total,420391  7111118 total in both engis division, viz., those of Captains Courtnay, Brockenbrough, and Carrington, and among them there were not enough guns of a suitable characte perhaps a little later, the batteries of Captains Brockenbrough, Carrington, and Courtnay were ordered in near the left, to engage the enemy'In this affair we lost no guns, disabled or captured. One of Captain Carrington's caissons was disabled by a sho