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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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hundred. Having filled our haversacks with three days rations of crackers, Jackson's corps started, a little after twelve o'clock on the night of the surrender, directly for Shepherdstown, waded the river, and proceeded at once into the heaviest of the fight on the extreme left of our lines. The second brigade was that evening exposed to a severe cannonade from the enemy for an hour. Capt. Kelly, who at that time commanded the brigade, was slightly wounded and retired from the field. Capt. Dobyns, of the 42d, was wounded in the arm, besides eight or ten others, whose names I did not learn. The command of the brigade then devolved upon Capt. Penn, of the 42d We lay all night on the field, and the morning of the bloodiest day of American history still found us in the same position. We were in an uncommonly exposed position, on a ridge just between two depressions, one about 100 yards in front, and the other about the same distance in rear of our line. The firing commenced early i