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ere an enemy's battery had been captured, was opened with effective results upon the Federal right, then the mark also of Kershaw and Cash's regiments. Preston's 28th regiment, of Cocke's brigade, had by that time entered the same body of oaks, and encountered some Michigan troops, capturing their brigade commander Col. Wilcox. Another important accession to our forces had also occurred about the same time, 3 o'clock P. M., Brigadier General E. K. Smith, with some 1,700 infantry of Elzey's brigade, of the army of the Shenandoah, and Beckham's battery, came upon the field, from Camp Pickens, Manassas, where they had arrived by railroad at noon, Directed person by Gen. Johnston to the left, then so much endangered, on reaching a position in rear of the oak woods, south of the Henry House, and immediately act of the Sudley Road, Gen, Smith was disabled by a severe wound, and his valuable services were regret that cities Col. juncture. But the command devolved upon a officer o
ve orders until 2 o'clock, which had been sent him at noon, came on the ground immediately after Elzey, with Kemper's 7th Virginia, Hays's 7th Louisiana, and Barksdale's 13th Mississippi regiments. ched by the Holkham House, across the fields to the left entirely around the woods through which Elzey had passed, and under a severe fire, into a position in line of battle near Chinn's House, out fack. But as Early formed his line and Beckham's pieces playing upon the right of the enemy, Elzey's brigade, Gibbon's 10th Virginia, Lieut.-Col. Stuare's 1st Maryland, an Vaughn's 3d Tennessee rtions, towards Bull Run. The rout had now become general and complete. About the time that Elzey and Early were entering into action, a column of the enemy, Keye's brigade of Tyler's division, than these well led regiments. High praise must also be given to Colonels Docke, Early, and Elzey, brigade commanders; also, to Colonel Kershaw, commanding, for the time, the Second and Eighth S