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e is also due to the prompt action of General Bushrod Johnson and his Tennesseeans, 1168 in number,nies of the 25th South Carolina Regiment. General Johnson had marched from Drury's Bluff, in the dimmand with judgment and energy.
Hagood and Johnson were thrown forward, with a section of Eschelnumber of prisoners, and, in conjunction with Johnson, five pieces of artillery—three 20-pounder Pae, as the occasion of a mistake by Ransom.
Johnson, meanwhile, had been heavily engaged.
The li sent two regiments from Clingman, to protect Johnson's flank.
These partially partook of the sameefore they retired.
In front of Hagood and Johnson the fighting was stubborn and prolonged.
The enemy, slowly retiring from Johnson's right, took strong position on the ridge in front of Proctoruse and grove of Charles Friend.
At length Johnson, having brushed the enemy from his right flannd supported by the reports of Generals Hoke, Johnson, Colquitt, and Hagood.
As to General Ransom'