was made by the Virginians to recover the arms.
Then arms were used with effect on the marauders but they could not be dislodged.
They, in turn known our brave troops, who retreated in good order, and Halting at a bridge, offered a most determined resistance.
Many instance of individual bravery and acts of heroism are recorded in connection with the attack on the bridge.
At this point, the Abolitionists go their field battery in operation, when a charge was made on them, in which Captain Archy Richards, of Bath; Thomas E. Simms, (for multi Ticket Agent on the Danville R. R.
well known here;) and Dangerfield, of Bath, were killed, and several desperately wounded
A brother of the Dangerfield who was killed, as above mentioned, (both of whom belonged to the Bath Cavalry,) had his leg carried off by a cannon shot.
Mr. Turk, for High Sheriff of Augusta, together with those mentioned as slain, showed the most determined bravery.
The Virginians were finally dislodged from the bri