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bridge partly destroyed by the rebels (before mentioned as used for obstructing the bayou) and afterward repaired by us. In the line of battle on the west bank Duryea's battery, of General Emory's division, took the place which Mack's battery occupied the day previous. As the Diana was preparing to start up-stream to get outired. Several of the enemy's guns were either silenced entirely by these batteries or compelled to change their positions. Between twelve and one o'clock, Captain Duryea's battery of twelve-pound Napoleons was ordered up in front, and was soon firing upon all the batteries of the enemy on this side of the Teche. Lieutenant Mounition. A shell from the enemy about one o'clock killed one of the drivers, his horse, and struck a caisson. The latter was soon repaired. One shot from Captain Duryea's command struck and dismounted a large brass field-piece of the enemy posted near the woods on the left. It was a gun of Valverde's battery. From the effec
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 171-operations on the Opelousas. (search)
of range of the enemy's guns and bivouacked in line of battle upon the left of the brigade line. On the thirteenth, soon after daylight, the regiment was formed in support of the Twenty-first Indiana battery, which opened upon the enemy's fortifications and the gunboat Diana, which had taken position upon their left. After the silencing and withdrawal of the Diana, the regiment was advanced to the front of the enemy's works, and successively, during the day, supported Carruth's, Mack's, Duryea's, and Bainbridge's batteries. Companies E, F, and G were advanced as skirmishers, and approached within speaking distance of the enemy's intrenchments. They were actively engaged during the whole afternoon with very apparent effect. All our casualties occurred during this engagement. The battle was continued till some time after dark, when we bivouacked upon the field in line of battle. During the night the enemy's works were evacuated. On the fourteenth we marched in pursuit thro