Cavalry, as he had been operating with us the night before.
Mayo said that Ransom, on our left, was appealing for aid, but that in Pickett's absence no one would assume the respop to Mayo; from whom he came or what was his communication I do not know.
Mayo only said to me, Ransom still asks for help, and rode off, but a moment later rode back and ordered me to cover my frontnstead, an order to march my regiment by the left flank down our line of works and report to General Ransom, and place myself and command under his orders.
Wanted a Division.
In the forgetfulnes I cannot say how far I marched, but I do not think more than a fourth of a mile, when I met General Ransom and reported to him, giving my name and rank.
What command have you, colonel?
t intervals, three couriers (one of whom was Captain Ro. Mitchell), with orders to report to General Ransom or Colonel Mayo or General Steuart, and tell them a large body of the enemy was in our immed