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The Daily Dispatch: August 25, 1863., [Electronic resource], Johnson's Island — the Confederate prisoners there. (search)
oached to within about two hundred yards, a part of our division, I think it was Hall's brigade, opened fire, and we could see men fall and others go to the rear. St and their red flags were waving, as it seemed to me, in triumph already, though Hall was all right and his men were steady on our left. Presently some one near me seir men in front of Webb, opposite the clumps of trees, and we began to wish for Hall's help. By this time the officers had stopped the falling back, and were drivin much on his own hook; but cheerfully, which was a good sign. We had wished for Hall, so he came as wished, and his right marched by the flank to our left and got mixed with our men. As the 3d brigade (Hall's) came up by the flank there was a disposition, under the heavy fire to which it was exposed, to edge away from the stfence towards us. Just then an officer, I think it was the same who had gone for Hall, Gibbon's aid, came over with some regiments from the 1st brigade (Harrow's) on