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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.16 (search)
that was going on could be seen for miles around; and Bradley Johnston says, in conclusion: There were 45,000 infantryd the river and attacked the line of battle in the flank, Johnston's Brigade was ordered to capture a blockhouse on the othethe railroad, which caused the regiment to fall back, General Johnston sent a message to Colonel Davis to take the 12th RegiThe division was afterwards commanded by General Walker. Johnston's was one of the attacking brigades that carried the enemstworks at the battle of Hare's Hill, in which action General Johnston was so injured by a fall from the breastworks, a spraeat retreat the cavalry broke into the line, captured General Johnston's ambulance, and the rest including a portion of the wagon train. General Johnston cut off the insignia of his rank from his coat, and seizing a mule, the driver having fled, hhe last volume of the Rebellion Records, it is shown that Johnston's brigade, at the surrender, numbered 463 men, rank and f