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e could still hold his position with the bayonet.
Colonel Marshall, of Baltimore, who, you recollect, was military secreuth met each other?
The justice of this remark of Colonel Marshall is well illustrated, my comrades, in the history of tade lost six hundred and nineteen.
The brave Colonels, Marshall, of South Carolina, and Forbes, of Tennessee, were killedI have mentioned and facing the north.
Orr's Rifles, Colonel Marshall, were placed behind the centre in reserve.
Our line in rear and cut off. Fortunately, just at this time, Colonel Marshall with the Rifles came up and advanced to the support o suppose when Colonel Edwards with the Thirteenth and Colonel Marshall with the Rifles moved out—but he disposes of the partr the cornfield, and there that gallant soldier, Colonel J. Foster Marshall, and his Lieutenant-Colonel, D. A. Leadbetter, w brigade that distinguished citizen and soldier, Colonel J. Foster Marshall, and Lieutenant-Colonel D. A. Leadbetter, were k