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as not near enough to hear his reply, but it had no effect, for he smilingly rode to the brow of the hill, where we could distinctly see the enemy retreating. Gen. Withers joined us here, and the enemy's gunboats got such a good range of us that one of their balls fell within ten steps of me. Hearing firing from the upper camp, Gen. Johnston proceeded to the spot, where he remain a time, calmly marshaling his forces and bringing his troops into proper position. It was here I met Capt. Inge, of the Southron. Young Bennet, with face all blackened, stepped up and asked if I knew where his company was, that he had got separated from them. I pointed to where they were, and he rushed off to meet them. As soon as General Johnston ascertained that we were under the fire of the enemy, he ordered a Texan regiment to charge the camp on the opposite side of the hollow. In descending the hollow, the nature of the ground somewhat disordered their lines, but they again formed at th