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ominy. The brigades of Gens. Featherstone and Pryor were in advance, and proceeding some distance,rp fighting now commenced on all sides, when Gen. Pryor sent for assistance, and Wilcox soon came upen, and had 30 killed and wounded. The loss of Pryor's brigade we have not learned; but hear that tht at Ellyson's Mills. While Featherstone, Pryor, and Wilcox were thus successfully engaging th in the morning, Wilcox led, being followed by Pryor, and Featherstone in reserve. The composition of Wilcox's command is mostly Alabamans; Pryor has the 14th Louisiana, St. Paul's battalion, 3d Vi of our column in view of the Federal camps, Gen. Pryor was sent forward with his brigade to drive a woods and in the dips to the left, Wilcox and Pryor deployed their men into line of battle — FeathWorked up to madness, Wilcox, Featherstone and Pryor dash forward at a run, and drive the enemy witrtal honor. These facts are true of Wilcox's, Pryor's, and Featherstone's brigades, who formed our[3 more...]