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was composed of three brigades, led by General J. M. Corse, Colonel Loomis, of the Twenty-sixth Ilgiment from his position to cooperate with General Corse; and General Morgan L. Smith was to move a base of Missionary Ridge, connecting with General Corse, and Colonel Loomis, in like manner, to moSmith. The sun had already risen before General Corse had completed his preparations and his bugty yards of the intrenched position, where General Corse found a secondary crest, which he gained a giving him great advantage. As soon as General Corse had made his preparations he assaulted, anight raged furiously about ten A. M., when General Corse received a severe wound and was carried ofng the wounded are Generals Giles A. Smith, J. M. Corse, and Matthews; Colonel Baum; Colonel WangelIowa and Forty-sixth Ohio, belonging to General J. M. Corse's brigade, reached the summit of the ri and separated from it by a small ravine. General Corse's brigade and Colonel Jones's, supported b[2 more...]
iption, and, from what we can learn, are well calculated to withstand the perils of any assault. The town is situated between two rivers, and the strip of land, not more than a mile wide, is said to be traversed by a deep ditch, twenty feet wide, with a gunboat stationed at each of its extremities. Official despatch from General Pickett. Kinston, February 5, 1864. To General S. Cooper: I made a reconnoissance within a mile and a half of Newbern, with Hoke's brigade and a part of Corse's and Clingman's, and some artillery; met the enemy in force at Bachelor's Creek; killed and wounded about one hundred in all; captured thirteen officers and two hundred and eighty prisoners, fourteen negroes, two rifled pieces and caissons, three hundred stand of small-arms, four ambulances, three wagons, fifty-five animals, a quantity of clothing, camp and garrison equipage, and two flags. Commander Wood, confederate States Navy, captured and destroyed the United States gunboat Underwri