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ir position was too strong, although I think after we had once got it we could have kept it, had we had any support at all. We were obliged to retire. Captain Kilpatrick's report to Gen. Pierce. The following extract from the report of Captain Kilpatrick to General Pierce seems to show that there were more killed in thatCaptain Kilpatrick to General Pierce seems to show that there were more killed in that action than the official statement of General Butler represents. Captain Kilpatrick was in command of company H. His report says: I advanced at eight A. M., met with and drove in the picket guards of the enemy. I then detached a portion of my command, made an armed reconnoissance, and found the enemy with about from 8,00Captain Kilpatrick was in command of company H. His report says: I advanced at eight A. M., met with and drove in the picket guards of the enemy. I then detached a portion of my command, made an armed reconnoissance, and found the enemy with about from 8,000 to 5,000 [a monstrous lie] posted in a strong position on the opposite side of the bridge--three earth works and a masked battery on the right and left; in advance of the stream thirty pieces of artillery, and a large force of cavalry [another] all of which information I reported to you at once. I was ordered to advance and eng