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Warren at 9:45, to suspend all offensive operations, Colonel Roman, basing his statement upon statements made by General Bushrod Johnson and Colonel F. W. McMaster, Colonel McMaster, of the Seventeenth South Carolina regiment, took command of Genhe says: At a little before 7 A. M. Colonel Pegram reported with two batteries (Brander's and the Purcell ) at Bushrod Johnson's headquarters, which were east of the road and immediately north of the present first entrance to Blandford Cemetery. General Johnson knew nothing of the extent of the disaster. He had not even been to the front. General Lee came up while I was there, Colonel Pegram having gone to the front to see where to put his guns. Colonel Pegram returned in a few mbates of the convention then sitting in the city of Richmond. Madison, Monroe, Chief Justice Marshall, Randolph, Leigh, Johnson, Tazwell, and a host of others of almost equal renown, all were there. For five months he listened to them with tireles