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cluded the Seventeenth, Twentieth, Response battalion, and Hodgson's artillery. Colonel Jones, and Lieutenant-Colonel Boyd (eon Queyrouse; Fifth Company Washington artillery, Capt. W. Irving Hodgson. Though called raw troops, the Louisiana levieson was mainly Louisianians, ordered his command to support Hodgson's Washington artillery (Fifth company). Slocomb, when twounded, he was promoted to the captaincy of the battery. Hodgson, who had gallantly commanded during Slocomb's absence, rese one of its brightest pages; and the names of Slocomb and Hodgson will be held in grateful remembrance by a free people, lone Crescents. On the extreme right of the Crescents waited Hodgson's Washington artillery. The battery had, on its right, a uns remained on the hill, with dead horses keeping guard. Hodgson feared that his other horses might be disabled, and, none , left the guns and hurried to their first position. When Hodgson came up he found his two guns unharmed. Later on Ruggles'