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f the skirmishers kept moving on until they got to where they supposed they were on the enemy's flank, but very much to their surprise, for no one dreamed of the strength of the position, they found that there was not only one entrenchment, but another and a bigger one in the rear, and of course nothing to do but the best they could under the circumstances, and pop off just as many men as showed their heads above the embankment. In the meantime the left section of the skirmishers, hearing Gilpatrick's sharp shrill command constantly repeated, "Skirmishers, advance," kept constantly moving forward in an open field, and while in the act of making a further advance of about 600 feet to the front and up to a very unsuspicious and harmless looking fence, house, cow shed and barn, the curtain fell and a masked battery of mountain howitzers was exposed to full view, and they did not lose any time in opening. Grape and canister fell like driving hall right into our faces, and men dropped rig