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e latter was wounded three times at South Mountain, and exhibited the highest qualities of the officer and soldier. Captains Garret, Robinson, Brookfield, Adjutant J. M. Taylor, and Lieutenant Peirce, of the Fifth; Captain Atwell, (killed,) and Lieutenant Caldwell, of the Twentieth, conducted themselves with soldier-like gallantrysoon dispersed. Field, Pender, Archer, and Thomas were directed to the right and toward the railroad bridge, and soon encountered the New Jersey brigade of General Taylor. They had just arrived from Alexandria, disembarked from the cars, and were forming line of battle when they were attacked, and routed completely, General TaGeneral Taylor mortally wounded, and two hundred prisoners taken; the train in which they came and the railroad bridge were destroyed. That night, about twelve o'clock, the depot buildings, with an immense amount of commissary stores, and about two miles of loaded freight cars, were burned; and, at one o'clock, I moved my division to Centr