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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 13. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Gregg's brigade of South Carolinians in the Second. Battle of Manassas. (search)
ossession of the embankment on our side before Grover's attack in the afternoon, they say what you arney's attack late in the afternoon. Not even Grover's brilliant assault moved our brigade an inch.At three o'clock an officer galloped up to General Grover with an order to advance in line of battlethere was no reliance but the bayonet, and General Grover so told his men. Move slowly forward, he swere closed and their numbers were larger than Grover's. Now, too, the Confederate artillery opened t back. With the Sixteenth Massachusetts General Grover tried to turn the enemy's flank; but the bim whenever the occasion offered. When, then, Grover and his New Englanders broke in upon our neigheral Gordon is enthusiastic over the charge of Grover's brigade, but I think if he could have seen tty-ninth Georgia, coming up to our assistance, Grover's men at last broke, and then followed the awf again the same hand to hand fight we had with Grover, we renewed with Kearney—we were not, however,[1 more...]