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inians — Kershaw's and Cocke's — were ordered to advance.
Kemper's battery was attached to Kershaw's. As these troops advanBeauregard, Gen. Bonham sent Col. Kershaw's regiment, with Kemper's battery of four guns annexed, and Col. Cash's regiment, and hope seemed almost gone, that the gallant Second, with Kemper's battery, and the Eighth, of bonham's brigade, under a prlle; and as they went along the turnpike back, the play of Kemper's battery was as admirable as is often seen.
The road is their account.
The regiments of Kershaw and Cash, with Kemper's Battery, followed to within a mile of Centreville.
The advance of the Second and Eighth Carolina regiments, with Kemper's battery from the centre at 2 o'clock, after several fier of skill and judgment.
I spoke of the efficiency of Capt. Kemper's action on the flying enemy, but I did not mention that it was difficult to distinguish enemies from friends, Capt. Kemper was surrounded by about twenty Zouaves, and his sword w