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within the salient. The Federal left was soon thrust back and Gordon held the works on the east. Ewell hurried forward Ramseur's brigade, which had occupied the extreme left of the salient, in attack upon Hancock's right; while from Early's command, the Third corps, came the brigades of McGowan and Harris, following up the advance of Gordon and Ramseur. Lee, remaining where Gordon had left him, again rode forward to lead Harris' Mississippians, who, seeing this, in turn shouted: Lee to the rear, as they followed up Ramseur's attack on Hancock's right. These rapid combinations and charges of Lee's men soon drove Hancock outside the salient, and only left him in possession of the outer trenches at its apex and along its northern fronde of the salient. These engaged in combat with the brigades of Harris' Mississippians, McGowan's South Carolinians and Ramseur's North Carolinians, and from opposite sides of these log breastworks, a bloody struggle continued from early morning un
through Kearneysville. On the 4th of July, Ramseur's division marched, by way of Flowing Springsarched to near Sharpsburg. Lewis' brigade of Ramseur's division remained on Bolivar heights until erlooking the lovely valley of the Monocacy. Ramseur promptly engaged the enemy in his front, skirbrigade of Wharton's division on his left and Ramseur's sharpshooters on his right. These advancint a reconnoissance on the Berryville road and Ramseur on the Martinsburg road, while Anderson came Berryville and the Shenandoah. Early placed Ramseur's division on Kershaw's left and then moved, e followed his trains by the Keezletown road, Ramseur in front, five miles to Flook's, where he arrnpike to three miles beyond Mt. Sidney; while Ramseur and Wharton moved by the Mt. Meridian road ang their train and eight pieces of artillery. Ramseur and Kershaw were advanced to Rude's hill to middle road, followed on the right by Kershaw, Ramseur and Pegram up to the turnpike, and with Whart[38 more...]