fire the second time, and a rapid but scattering fire ran along the works which we reached in another instant.
One of our officers in front of us jumped on the top log and shouted, Come on, men, and pitched forward and disappeared, shot.
I followed an instant after and the men swarmed upon, and over the works on each side of me. As I got on top some Rebs jumped up from their side and began to run back.
Some were lunging at our men with their bayonets and a few had their guns clubbed.
Jim Johnston, Oaks and Hassett, were wounded by bayonets.
One squad, an officer with them, were backing away from us, the officer firing his revolver at our men. I fired into them, jumped down into the pits and moved out toward them.
Just at this time, our second line came up and we received another volley from the line in front of us and the battery fired one charge of cannister.
Colonel Upton shouted Forward and we all ran towards the battery, passing another line of works, and the men in them pa