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The Daily Dispatch: May 2, 1864., [Electronic resource], History of the capture of Plymouth, North Carolina. (search)
nt we made could be distinctly seen or heard by the enemy. Lieut Marshall Lee, with twenty men of company E, 24th, was advanced to the water's edge, supported by the rest of the company, and co A, of the 35th, the whole under the command of Capt Barna Lane The pontoon train, under Lieut Pool, 10th N C T, dashed down at a gallop, slid one boat into the creek and quickly and rapidly the two companies crossed and were immediately engaged with the enemy. The 24th followed at once, the men coming into line as fast as they got over, and the enemy fell back closely pursued by Capt Lane's command, deployed as skirmishers The pontoons were now laid, and by 8 o'clock the infantry was over and formed in line of battle, the left resting on the road and the right on the river, in the following order: First on the right the 55th, second the 25th, third the 6th, fourth the 36th, fifth the 24th, with two companies on the south of the road. In this position we lay during the night, sheltering ours