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The Daily Dispatch: September 5, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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aureland's regiment encountered the enemy on the left, breaking the centre, and Col. Heth's regiment attacking the enemy on the left. Capt. R. B. Linkous, with his company, belonging to Col. McCauseland's regiment, was stationed in a ravine in a most exposed position between the right and left wings of the enemy, and thus encountering front and rear fire. The Captain had three men badly and two slightly wounded. Three companies of the enemy retreated on the rear of Captain Linkous, Captain F. P. Tanner's and Captain Fife's companies giving fire as they passed, taking one man a prisoner, with the flag of the "Boone Rangers." The man who was taken was waving the flag to his company, and unarmed — a trophy without any honor attaching to its capture. The "Boone Bangers" were on the right of Captain Linkous' company, firing on the enemy at a church. The residue of the enemy fled in disorder and were pursued by Col. McCauseland's regiment, on the 26th, some eight miles, and some wer