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ordered to march from Hagerstown to his support. On the thirteenth, General Hill sent back the brigades of Garland and Colquitt to hold the pass; but subsequently ascertaining that the enemy was near, in heavy force, he ordered up the rest of his dn which that brave and accomplished young officer was killed. The remainder of the division arriving shortly afterward, Colquitt's brigade was disposed across the turnpike road; that of G. B. Anderson, supported by Ripley, was placed on the right, aaults of the Federal army, and held it in check for five hours. Several attacks on the centre were gallantly repulsed by Colquitt's brigade, and Rodes maintained his position against heavy odds with the utmost tenacity. Longstreet, leaving one brigaheir own numbers of the enemy, and under a tremendous fire of artillery. Hood was reenforced by the brigades of Ripley, Colquitt, and Garland, under Colonel McRae, of D. H. Hill's division, and afterward by D. R. Jones's brigade, under Colonel G. T.
se two actions, and Brigadier-Generals Rodes, Colquitt, and Ripley having omitted to classify their on the left, next Anderson, next Rodes, next Colquitt-Ripley being on the extreme right. In advanc rear. The Sixth and Twenty-seventh Georgia (Colquitt's brigade) were the only regiments of their bd, and not pressing vigorously in front. Colonel Colquitt, commanding brigade, in like manner, did but under artillery fire. I found them to be Colquitt's brigade; and close to them, on their left, ixth and Third Alabama regiments. Urging Colonel Colquitt to move up to Anderson's right, I orderedy our troops. At about twelve o'clock, Colonel Colquitt's brigade advanced to within supporting dmorning of the twenty-seventh, my own and Colonel Colquitt's brigade were relieved by Generals Feathlina regiment, fell. Meanwhile Garland's and Colquitt's brigades had been advanced, and made good tes of General Ripley, General Pender, and Colonel Colquitt, which had previously occupied the ground[7 more...]
nt to aid him in its defence. The brigade of Colquitt was disposed on each side of the turnpike, anthird and Twenty-eighth Georgia regiments, of Colquitt's brigade. The fight lasted for more than and, but to meet another and yet another line. Colquitt had gone in with ten field officers; four werrigade,46210187 Anderson's brigade,64299202 Colquitt's brigade,129518184 Artillery,4303   Totald them respectively under the command of Colonels Colquitt and Iverson, of Major-General D. H. Hillridge on my right, I ordered an advance, Colonels Colquitt and Iverson on the left, with Boyce's baon the right, while I attacked the enemy with Colquitt's and Iverson's commands on the left. This. Respectfully, your obedient servant, A. H. Colquitt, Colonel, commanding Brigade. Report not move forward with the others, and because Colquitt's men did not advance far enough; that part otion on the Hagerstown road to the support of Colquitt's, which was then about engaging the enemy on[16 more...]