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my disposal, and the uncertainty as to the point against which the enemy would hurl the immense force he had massed in town, I deemed it proper that the regiments should remain as they then were, and a wait the happening of events. Very soon, however, the enemy came out from his hiding place and moved in three columns and three lines of battle--twenty thousand strong — against the positions held by my brigade. At the same instant Col. Humphreys was assailed on the left, Cols.Hulder and Carter and the Louisiana regiment on the right, and Col. Griffin in the centre. After a determined and bloody resistance, by Col. Griffin and the Washington artillery, the enemy, fully twenty to one, succeeded in getting possession of Marye's hill. At all other points he was triumphantly repulsed. But seeing the line broken at this point, I ordered the 13th, 17th and the Louisiana regiment to fall back to the crest of Lee's hill, to prevent the enemy from getting in our rear. This they did, res