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lina, also met a soldier's death.
Colonels Barnes, Edwards, McGowan, Lieutenant-Colonels McCorkle, Farrow and posted, the First on the right, the Thirteenth (Colonel Edwards) next, then the Twelfth (Colonel Barnes), and tme, and informed me that General Gregg had sent Colonel Edwards with the Thirteenth to our support on the rightmith, who volunteered to go to communicate with Colonel Edwards, and to guide him to our position.
This Sergean the advance of the Thirteenth and ourselves.
Colonel Edwards, in moving to our support, had met the enemy inadvanced it seems to our support—I suppose when Colonel Edwards with the Thirteenth and Colonel Marshall with tl Gregg's order, as skirmishers, to meet them.
Colonel Edwards, with the Thirteenth, was placed in the positioollowed them, they came upon the right flank of Colonel Edwards (the Thirteenth) and ourselves.
We had no timduced numbers, just filled in the space between Colonel Edwards and ourselves.
He, too, formed some of his men