ress forward through the troops, and sent a staff officer with directions to Colonel Hall, who succeeded to the command, to continue his advance.
The first line was ers.
These two moved obliquely to the right, under the immediate command of Colonel Hall, and encountered the fire of the enemy's infantry, posted behind a barricadeenemy was compelled to abandon the barricade and fall back; and pressing on, Colonel Hall's two regiments,--the Fifth and Twenty-sixth Alabama,--together with the Twesidue of Rodes's, Iverson's, and Pender's troops, moving forward, to the left of Hall and Christie, were met and repulsed by the enemy, thus leaving the flank of the dered it, through Major Whiting, to attack — moving parallel to the plank road.
Hall immediately attacked the epaulements again with his two regiments, and gallantlyck, but recaptured several of the prisoners, and one of the flags taken from Colonel Hall.
At this juncture, Lieutenant-Colonel Carter, who had behaved with signal