The 3rd Regiment, Col. Cummings commanding, was on the right of the 27th, and held the enemy's centre during the battle.
The 21 Regiment, Col. Allen was in position, and fought with tremendous power — the Colonel waving a cartoon ball over his head, and dashing on, it is said, cheering his men through the leaden rain.
The 5th Regiment, with equal determination, Col. Harman commanding fought with undaunted courage.
Other regiments were at their posts.
The 4th. Lt. Col Reynolds commanding, displayed distinguished bravery.
Col. Cummings and Lieut. Col. Jones, of the 33', were in the hottest fire of the enemy's centre, and raided their command with indomitable spirit and bravery; while Adj's Neff behaved with a courage that will not soon be forgotten, and Sergeant Major Barton fought bravely the whole time.
The latter is missing.
Major Lee being injured by the Rich of a horse before the day of battle was not on the field.
The gallant commandants of companies