bbepoola, to deter the enemy, and Colonel Page commanding, with Major Jenkins of the South Carolina troops, and Colonel Del.
Kemper of the a it did not escape the notice of that cool and gallant soldier, Major Jenkins, the brother of the lamented General M. Jenkins, of South CarolGeneral M. Jenkins, of South Carolina. After the fight was over he asked the gallant Page-how he could be so unflinching, without a dodge, amidst such bursting of bombs and whed up the Bohickett road and nearly reached the headquarters of Major Jenkins, in command at that point, twenty-five miles from Adams Run. MaMajor Jenkins had no force but two companies of our brigade and Humphrey's troop of South Carolina calvary.
The enemy divided into two columnsve very cautiously, and to give time for Colonel Page to reinforce Jenkins from Johns Island bridge with a portion of the 26th, and this small force, fighting for thirty-six hours saved Jenkins' headquarters and prevented the enemy from getting to the Abbepoola road, and made him,