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ad first charged bayonets, and driven them before him; but their immense masses at this point commenced pouring in by legions, when two rifle guns, under Capt. Brockenborough, of Rock bridge, commander of the Baltimore artillery, and two under Capt. Raine, of Lynchburg, commander of the Lee battery, were ordered to take a position on an eminence near the infantry, and as the Yankee hosts were driving our infantry three of these guns opened upon the advancing Yankees with canister in rapid succege calibre, were massed, and the enemy having been driven from the heights we were to occupy, they had been enabled to ascertain the distance and to get the range. However. Gen. Stuart, soon ordered the rifle pieces of Capts. Brockenborough, Raine, Prague, and Turner, to take positions, and soon we were thundering with our eight pieces at the Yankee batteries and forces, which were massed in large numbers in rear of their batteries. Presently they opened fire, with how many pieces it is i