at Sandtown on the morning of the nineteenth, Minty reported to General Kilpatrick, and received hith Long's brigade in the advance, followed by Minty's and the Third division, skirmished with, andurth Michigan cavalry, by order of Kilpatrick, Minty formed in line of battle, when our artillery d unnecessarily sacrifice the lives of his men, Minty ordered forward his artillery to the skirmish head of his brigade, the gallant and fearless Minty drew his sabre and his voice rung out clear anter the charge was over Douglas rode up to Colonel Minty, saluted him, turned over his fifteen pris one hundred men fell under the keen sabres of Minty's brigade.
The praises of Minty and his commaMinty and his command are upon every tongue.
The Fourth United States, Fourth Michigan, First, Third, and Fourth Ohioe battery and spiked the guns.
In the charge, Minty's brigade captured three stands of colors — thliant, if not a highly successful raid.
Colonel Minty estimates the rebel killed alone greater t