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htly and fall back with a view of drawing him to the works. Next, Colquitt was ordered forward to support the cavalry and infantry, and next ossed the railroad. Here I halted for a moment, but observing General Colquitt forming his line, and seeing the position across the railroad ormed line of battle upon the left of that just established by General Colquitt. About this time the action became general. Being now at lonnd no ordnance train in sight. This I immediately reported to General Colquitt, who urged that we hold our ground, stating that ammunition wod their fire less rapid and effective. Under instruction from General Colquitt I now threw forward the Sixth and Thirtyond Georgia to flank rious arms for some miles, when night came on, and by order of General Colquitt we ceased firing and our line halted. Colonel Caraway Smithe I found our infantry and artillery under the command of Brigadier-General Colquitt, from whom I received orders to dispose of the cavalry on