tillery from his own command and a section of Everett's battery in position, and opened upon the end, with many others, by Johnson's brigade.
Everett's battery now took a position in a field souty effort to get them away.
I promptly posted Everett's battery on the ridge between Johnson's and e high ground north of our position, to which Everett's artillery replied, firing about six rounds,e enemy ceased firing on us. A ball from Lieutenant Everett's battery dismounted one of the guns (a ssion of the wagons, caissons and guns.
Lieutenant Everett sent forward two teams and hauled off onnd Johnson's brigades, followed by Dent's and Everett's batteries, advanced in line towards the norllantry of the men and officers of Dent's and Everett's batteries on this occasion.
It elicited mrom Brigadier-Generals E. McNair or Gregg.
Everett's battery fired four hundred and twenty-eight3.
I forward herewith the reports of Lieutenants Everett and Wood, commanding batteries attached[7 more...]