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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Captain Don P. Halsey, C. S. A. (search)
onel O'Neal in the center, and General Doles on the left, with Generals Daniel and Ramseur in reserve, about two hundred yards in the rear offlag, and of changing his own advance so as to uncover the whole of Daniel's front, with the result that Daniel was compelled to order the advDaniel was compelled to order the advance of his whole brigade, which, supported by General Ramseur, he did with great success, sweeping the field and taking several hundred prisos. His dead lay in a distinctly marked line of battle. When General Daniel became engaged, and made the charge which General Ewell says swthe same brilliant success which attended Ramseur in the centre and Daniel on the right. O'Neal's troops, shattered, but brave, still rushed ve charge just in time to be of considerable service to Ramseur and Daniel, and with them pressed closely after the enemy. (Records, Vol. XX the gratitude of a good people. First among them are Brigadier-Generals Junius Daniel, George Doles and S. D. Ramseur, Lieutenant-Colonel T.