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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 12 0 Browse Search
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above the ford, Brown's being drawn up in reserve in rear of Clayton's. The Eufala battery, Captain Oliver commanding, and Caswell's battalion of sharpshooters, both of Bate's brigade, opened fire upnd Adjutant Fenell, of same regiment. Of the Twenty-fourth Alabama regiment, Captains Hazard, Oliver, McCraken, Fowler, and Hall, Lieutenants Higley, Chapman, Pacham, Dunlap, Young, Euholm, Hood, H in their respective departments. Thirty-fourth Alabama regiment, Lieutenants Mitchel, Lambert, Oliver, Crochett, and Bickerstaff, behaved in a manner to attract attention. I cannot close my reporn was killed and five or six wounded. After a few well-directed shots from my battery, which Captain Oliver placed promptly in position, the enemy gave way. This was the opening fight of the battle ofenth Tennessee, Lieutenant-Colonel Frazier having been wounded. The Eufala light artillery, Captain Oliver had kept close to my infantry, nothwithstanding the obstruction of a dense wood; took positi
ng Fourth Kentucky Regiment Volunteers. Report of Lieutenant-Colonel John Snodgrass. headquarters Fourth Alabama battalion, August 6, 1862. Colonel J. Edwards, commanding Second Brigade: Sir: I have the honor to make the following report of the part taken by the Fourth Alabama battalion, in the battle of Baton Rouge, on the fifth instant. In the accidental affair on the road before daylight the following are the casualties: Lieutenant W. B. Stokes, Privates Morgan, O'Connel, Stephen Oliver, Y. Freeman, P. Andrews, M. Y. Haine, and P. Mattison, Company C, slightly wounded. Private A. Lewis, Company A, slightly. Privates M. L. Sewel, G. W. Lisk, Company G, slightly. Private J. J. Carlton, Company E, slightly. When the positions of the various regiments, etc., were assigned, the battalion with the Fifth Kentucky regiment was ordered to support the Hudson battery, which position it occupied until between seven and eight o'clock A. M., when I was ordered to advance to the supp