ear sunset, when those of the enemy who had not been killed or captured, gave way, and, in attempting to escape along the ridge, ran into the arms of Johnson's division of the Fourteenth corps, and were captured.
Our enemy, the prisoners stated, was Stewart's division.
But few escaped.
Osterhaus alone captured two thousand of them.
This officer named the Fourth Iowa, Seventy-sixth Ohio, and Twenty-seventh Missouri regiments as having been especially distinguished in this engagement.
Landgraber's battery of howitzers also rendered brilliant service on this field.
Here our business for the day ended, and the troops went into bivouac, with cheers and rejoicing, which were caught up by other troops in the vicinity, and carried along the ridge, until lost in the distance.
The pursuit continued — Ringgold — the enemy overtaken.
Soon after daylight, every effort was made, by reconnoissance and inquiry, to ascertain the whereabouts of the enemy; but to no purpose.
The field wa