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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 13. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Gregg's brigade of South Carolinians in the Second. Battle of Manassas. (search)
brigade which Sigel had ordered to attack us. Schurz's division, I find, was composed of two brigadhement artillery and infantry contest. General Schurz reports: Rebellion Records, vol. XII, pareserve for a time. The two regiments sent to Schurz were soon hotly engaged, the enemy being behinmy now came on in overwhelming numbers. General Carl Schurz had been obliged to retire with his twoonged struggle up to this time with either General Schurz or Milroy. Indeed, the Confederates claiments had probably taken part in that fight, as Schurz reports that two small regiments sent to his son his right (our left), and he had to request Schurz to shorten his front and condense his line by ge 259: From 5 o'clock in the morning his (Schurz's) division had been under fire. Since the evur hundred yards to the rear. The division of Schurz's took no further part in the actions of the dod Hooker's division and Gower's charge, since Schurz had been relieved, were expected to be more th[14 more...]