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er, Companies B, C, and D, First Infantry, Capts. Gilbert, Plummer, and Huston, with one company of battle: Capt. Plummer, First Infantry; Capt. Gilbert, First Infantry; Capt. Huston, First Infanr. Soon after the fall of Gen. Lyon, Capt. C. C. Gilbert, First Infantry, joined my battalion wi upon the enemy without support, although Captain Gilbert suggested it. During this suspension ont. I also mention the First Sergeant of Captain Gilbert's company, Mandrazz, who was killed in thcal state of the combat, I conferred with Captain Gilbert, whose intelligence and soldierly qualitites infantry, commanded by Capts. Plummer and Gilbert. Notwithstanding the galling fire poured oen we halted for two hours, at which time Captain Gilbert's company of regulars and Major Osterhauslves behind a fence. Captain Plummer and Captain Gilbert, with their companies, marched close up temain behind the fence. Captains Plummer and Gilbert's companies of regulars were then ordered to [2 more...]
-arms took place here. The opposing force was a body of regular United States infantry, commanded by Capts. Plummer and Gilbert. Notwithstanding the galling fire poured on these two regiments, they leaped over the fence, and gallantly led by thegfield about eight o'clock P. M., marching slowly along until two A. M., when we halted for two hours, at which time Captain Gilbert's company of regulars and Major Osterhaus' battalion were thrown out as skirmishers on either side of the column, anrce which was operating against Captain Wright's cavalry, sheltering themselves behind a fence. Captain Plummer and Captain Gilbert, with their companies, marched close up to the fence and delivered an effective fire, but were compelled by great oded this movement three times, but the enemy were too wily, and would only remain behind the fence. Captains Plummer and Gilbert's companies of regulars were then ordered to attack them in the corn-field, which they did, and were driven back from th