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at the Seventh and Ninth Indiana Regiments, Cols. Dumont and Milroy, Fourteenth Ohio, Col. Steadman,n the information he had received, ordered Colonel Dumont then to proceed down the river and turn thenth came rushing up. They were four thousand; Dumont had perhaps six hundred. Yet the first volleyeedman, 750; Col. Millroy's 9th Indiana, 500 ; Dumont's 7th Indiana, 550, and two pieces of artillero protect it. The advance regiment halted till Dumont's and the artillery came up to their support, er an oblique fire. Capt. Benham then ordered Dumont's six companies to cross the river about 300 yg up, when the order was countermanded, and Col. Dumont ordered down the river to the ford, under cing upon each other in the wildest confusion. Dumont's regiment crossed the ford, and chased them tk. No sooner said than it was undertaken. Col. Dumont led his men down the stream so rapidly thata brisk fire in front, until, with a cheer, Col. Dumont's men scaled the lower bank of the enemy's [2 more...]
of Col. Barnett's battery, the Seventh Indiana regiment, under Colonel Dumont, the Ninth Indiana regiment, under Colonel Milroy--in all aboutas strengthened by the arrival of Steedman's Second Battalion, with Dumont's regiment, when the thoughtless firing of a musket at our ford setIn a few minutes, however, the arrival of Barnett's artillery, with Dumont close upon it, enabled the command to push forward in its original ed a position by which their left could be turned, six companies of Dumont's regiment were ordered to cross the river about three hundred yard the artillery during the movement, decided the action at once. As Dumont reached the road, having passed along and under their whole front, the firing ceased and the enemy fled in great confusion, Dumont's regiment pursuing them about one mile further, having a brisk skirmishing wi The conduct of those gallant officers, Colonels Barnett, Steedman, Dumont, and Milroy, with the steady perseverance of their officers, in the