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The Daily Dispatch: March 30, 1864., [Electronic resource], The battle of Stoneside Mountain — gallant conduct of the Virginians and North Carolinians. (search)
ar.--The Yankee skirmishers, far exceeding ours, were held in check by the firm stand of Reynolds's sharpshooters. The main force now supporting them commenced to press back the Confederates, slowly, but surely. But soon are heard the guns of Hotchkiss, near the centre of Reynolds's brigade, and supported by it, and the Yankees hastily retire, Reinforced with more infantry and cannon of longer and more effective range than those of Hotchkiss's, they compel him to retire his places, and move eHotchkiss's, they compel him to retire his places, and move exultantly and defiantly to effect the demolition as they supposed of the Virginians and North Carolinians.--The quick eye of Reynolds detected that it would be impossible to withstand the onset of their overwhelming numbers. Calling for reinforcements Clayton quickly sent him three Alabama regiments, which he speedily disposes on the left of his line.--On come the enemy, in a determined and confident charge, pouring in as they come a tremendous fire. But the line of these gallant Virginia