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under Lieut.-Col. W. D. Stuart, occupied a slight earthwork to the right and front of the enclosed work; three companies of the Virginia battalion, under Maj. E. B. Montague; five pieces of artillery, under Maj. (afterward secretary of war) G. W. Randolph, of the Richmond howitzers; and the First North Carolina, under Colonel Hill, occupied the inside of the works. The companies composing the North Carolina regiment, which had the envied distinction of being the initial troops to enter organion land. The first Federal attack was on the front. As a result of this attack Colonel Carr says: Our troops were soon seeking the shelter of the woods after a vain attempt to drive the enemy from the works. This attack was repelled mainly by Randolph's accurate fire, aided by the gallant conduct of the Burke Rifles under Captain Avery and by the Hornet's Nest Rifles. A little later in the action the Edgecombe Guards, Captain Bridgers, gallantly retook a redoubt that had, on the accidental d