einforced Johnson, and in turn was driving the enemy, &c. Joe Mayo came to my headquarters and complained that as far as he n operating with us the night before.
Mayo said that Ransom, on our left, was appealing for aid, but t the senior brigadier, refused the responsibility.
I urged Mayo to throw a picket in our front; our men in the works had be then a courier in great haste and much excited, rode up to Mayo; from whom he came or what was his communication I do not know.
Mayo only said to me, Ransom still asks for help, and rode off, but a moment later rode back and ordered me to cover mDivision.
I sent Farmer with his horse and prisoner to Colonel Mayo.
Farmer telling me that Lazenby was all right, I felt mand had been captured by the enemy.
I at once advised Colonel Mayo.
I received no reply from him, or to my communication,. Mitchell), with orders to report to General Ransom or Colonel Mayo or General Steuart, and tell them a large body of the e