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B, C, and D, First Infantry, Capts. Gilbert, Plummer, and Huston, with one company of rifle recruiand the following dispositions made, viz.: Capt. Plummer's battalion, with the Home Guard on his le parallel to the creek. During this time, Capt. Plummer, with his four companies of infantry, had possession of the position. Meanwhile, Capt. Plummer was ordered to move forward on our left, be beginning to the close of the battle: Capt. Plummer, First Infantry; Capt. Gilbert, First Infalion of regular infantry under command of Captain Plummer, with Totten's battery, very soon engagedlowing result:  Killed.Wounded.Miss'g. Capt. Plummer's Battery,19529 Capt. Elliot's Co. D, 1stmen, jumped over into the corn-field, and Captain Plummer's gallant band was imminently threatened ay of the battle. Moving forward, with Captain Plummer's company and Major Osterhaus' battalion and would only remain behind the fence. Captains Plummer and Gilbert's companies of regulars were [4 more...]
e opposing force was a body of regular United States infantry, commanded by Capts. Plummer and Gilbert. Notwithstanding the galling fire poured on these two regimeg against Captain Wright's cavalry, sheltering themselves behind a fence. Captain Plummer and Captain Gilbert, with their companies, marched close up to the fence aving now at least three thousand men, jumped over into the corn-field, and Captain Plummer's gallant band was imminently threatened with annihilation. They retreateept till 4 A. M., Saturday, the day of the battle. Moving forward, with Captain Plummer's company and Major Osterhaus' battalion thrown out as skirmishers, we soomes, but the enemy were too wily, and would only remain behind the fence. Captains Plummer and Gilbert's companies of regulars were then ordered to attack them in thn a battery placed near by to cover their retreat. Observing the danger of Capt. Plummer and his gallant men, Lieut. Dubois skilfully threw a few shells among their