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idge where the enemy had made an obstinate stand. While the battle was raging furiously, Colonel Trigg arrived with the Seventh, which he formed on the left of the Fifty-fourth Virginia, which, with the Sixth, was already in line on the left of Kelly's brigade. At this time the First dismounted cavalry, on the way to join the brigade, was detached by order of General Preston and sent to support General Gracie's brigade. Without faltering or wavering these gallant troops drove the enemy steabattle on the 19th were: officers, 2 killed, and 11 wounded; enlisted men, 33 killed, 119 wounded. Of the work of the regiments under his command on the evening of the 20th Colonel Finley reported that in their advance in front of Gracie's and Kelly's brigades, they opened fire upon the enemy and continued to advance steadily and constantly until we swept the heights, silencing the fire of our adversary, driving him from his position and causing him to retire. Being annoyed by a battery on