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rdered out the First Louisiana and First Georgia regiments, and, with them, immediately proceeded to the scene of action. The First Louisiana regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel Shivers commanding, was ordered to advance upon the right of the Williamsburg road, its left resting upon the road, and the Twenty-second Georgia regiment, Cologed through this open field and actually drove from their cover the whole brigade, supposed to be Sickles's. Our loss in the charge was heavy, including Lieutenant-Colonel Shivers, who was wounded in the arm. The enemy being reenforced by the addition of Barry's brigade, our force was compelled to retire for a short distance, whicled and a few of their wounded. While this last movement was progressing, I had ordered the First Louisiana regiment, now commanded by Captain Nolan, Lieutenant-Colonel Shivers having been disabled by a wound in the right arm, received in the morning while charging across the field before alluded to, and the Twenty-second Georg