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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8. (ed. Frank Moore) 33 1 Browse Search
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T. Whitaker. Third Battalion: Lieutenant-Colonel E. B. Langdon, First Ohio volunteer infantry, cire from the crest checking them. Lieutenant-Colonel Langdon, of the First Ohio, gaining a positiinfantry, also stand conspicuous. Lieutenant-Colonel Langdon, First Ohio infantry, commanding Thihe extent of my orders. But hearing Lieutenant-Colonel Langdon, commanding that portion of the firsthird Kentucky, under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel Langdon, of the First Ohio, and took its pose enemy. At this moment I was ordered by Colonel Langdon to take two companies from the battalion shers to cover the flank. At this moment Colonel Langdon came up with the balance of his command, ed, the first line being under command of Colonel Langdon. About two o'clock the line advanced undnary Ridge. About two thirds the way up, Colonel Langdon fell severely wounded whilst bravely leaddated before the battle, under command of Colonel Langdon, of the former. Did I not know, from the
nd then the rebels fled in the direction of their main force. Captain Langdon's battery of regular artillery, was with Henry's cavalry. At e would not admit of passage on the flank. By dint of effort, Captain Langdon succeeded in getting his four guns in battery on the extreme luse we did not press him. A demonstration by the rebels to capture Langdon's battery, at about the middle stage of the fight, was prevented by Langdon, who poured into their line a quick and deadly fire. But in coming from the field he was obliged to leave to the enemy three of hion's battery was posted in the centre, Elder's upon our right, and Langdon's on the left. When the Seventh New-Hampshire regiment became con Stevens; and the artillery, consisting of Captain Hamilton's, Captain Langdon's, and Captain Elder's batteries, as well as a section of the nd horses, after fighting continuously for an hour and a half. Captain Langdon, of the First United States artillery, lost three brass Napole