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Ryan's company was accepted, but failed.
Whenever, however, any of Putnam's men showed themselves, the Fifty-first North Carolina opened upon them.
Colonel Putnam was killed, and his force—approached in rear by some Georgians who, with General Hagood, had crossed over during the battle—was captured.
General Taliaferro makes this favorable report of the Fifty-first regiment: Colonel McKethan's regiment, the Fifty-first North Carolina troops, redeemed the reputation of the Thirty-first.
28th of August, an infantry assault on the rifle-pits in front of Wagner was bravely met and repulsed by the two Confederate regiments there.
General Taliaferro reports: Soon after dark he advanced upon the rifle-pits in front of Wagner, but General Hagood's forces were, fortunately, prepared to receive him. His mortar practice ceased and his infantry assaulted fiercely, but the position was held with courage and spirit, and success crowned the efforts of the brave men of the Sixty-first North