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r, the enemy commenced to advance down York River Railroad; but General Mahone's brigade (Huger's command) met them and gallantly drove them borce near the battle-field of the morning, then held by our men. Gen. Mahone's brigade still occupied the advance, and were drawn up in line dred yards of our line, where they halted and remained at dusk.
Gen. Mahone's brigade was soon reenforced by several brigades which were draned the shock of the enemy's attack up to near eleven o'clock, when Mahone came on to the field.
Pickett's brigade, (the third of Longstreet'tained — suffice it to say, the brigade has an honorable record.
Mahone's brigade came on the field late in the morning.
It was ordered toound, and assailed Pryor's brigade down the Williamsburgh road, and Mahone's on the York River Railroad.
The fighting was severe for more thaery promising and much-beloved officer, lost his life on the left, (Mahone's ;) but his men deeply avenged his fall, and many a score of Yanke