His army are completely demoralized.
General Garnett was killed while attempting to rally his ill Camp, both under the general command of Gen. Garnett, of Virginia, though he remained at Laurel re killed.
Yesterday, the news came that Gen. Garnett, who commands the rebels at Laurel Hill, wain Gap — but their haste would not permit.
Gen. Garnett, with six thousand men, is also on what Colis side, while his companions fled.
When Gen. Garnett fell it was only known that he was an offiche officers vainly trying to rally them.
Gen. Garnett was the last to cross the ford, which he dirushing along like a whirlwind, to come on. Gen. Garnett directed the attention of his panic strickewas standing.
The Major at the same time saw Garnett, and pointing him out to a squad of Capt. Feragain crosses the stream, and at this point Gen. Garnett endeavored vainly to stop his routed troopsan be ungrateful to republics.
In person General Garnett was about five feet eight inches, rather
the whole front of Longstreet's brigade — was covered at the water's edge by an extended line of skirmishers, while two 6-pounders of Walton's battery, under Lieut. Garnett, were advantageously placed to command the direct approach to the ford, but with orders to retire to the rear as soon as commanded by the enemy.
The northeirginia volunteers, under Lieut-Col. Hairston, and five pieces of artillery, one rifle gun and four six-pounder brass guns, including two 6-pounder guns under Lieut. Garnett, which had been previously sent to the rear by Gen. Longstreet.
This infantry was at once placed in position to the left of the ford, in a space unoccupied bs, all of Walton's battery — the Washington Artillery, of New Orleans.
The officers immediately attached were, Cap. Eschelman, Lieuts. C. W. Squires, Richardson, Garnett, and Whittington.
At the sam time, our infantry held the bank of the stream in advance of our guns, and the missiles flew to and fro above them, as, cool and vet