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so impeded by Confederate sharpshooters that in the afternoon volunteers were called for by Col. N. J. Hall to cross in boats and dislodge the enemy. Three regiments of Colonel Hall's brigade voluntColonel Hall's brigade volunteered, the 7th Michigan and the 19th and 20th Mass. In the words of Maj.-Gen. O. O. Howard, commanding the division, The 7th Michigan passed over not far from 3 P. M. The 19th Mass. followed immediatenced up the hill to the town, deployed skirmishers and then fell back, maintaining its line. Colonel Hall, brigade commander, says in his report: The 20th Mass. was formed in column on the street. Ten officers and men were killed and wounded in the space of about fifty yards. Report of Col. N. J. Hall, 7th Michigan Infantry, commanding brigade. (Official War Records, XXI, 282.) Compare Walkunteers, commanding the line of skirmishers in front of the 1st Division, 2d Army Corps. Col. N. J. Hall, brigade commander, expresses acknowledgments to Lieutenant Ferris (19th Mass.) and Lieuten