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a few clumps of busher in some parts of it. Col. Scott formed his line of battle on the crest of thctedly, the enemy made a vigorous, attack on Col. Scott's right wing immediately the battle became fs brigade was then formed at right angles to Col. Scott's, to resist them, The battle was then generppeared suddenly in a very short distance of Col. Scott's right wing, and poured into it so deadly an to recoil some fifteen or twenty yards. Scott's situation was then perilous in the extreme. on as the enemy were driven down the hill, Colonel Scott proposed three cheers for old Virginia, whhe left wing of Connor's and the right wing of Scott's united at right angles to each other, The 12nd suffered most. Connor's suffered more than Scott's, because Scott's line of battle was on the wat it is generally believed that a majority of Scott's right wing would have been killed. General , of the 23d regiment, had his horse killed; Col.Scott, also, had his horse killed under him by two[3 more...]