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y responded with spirit, and, I regret to say that the South Carolinians were the recipients of one unfortunate shot. Col. Taylor quickly restored order, the line of battle was reformed and the regiment marched to the edge of the woods. To the lefn discovered two regiments, posted in a most advantageous position. It was impossible to ascertain who they were, and Col. Taylor questioned them. They responded evasively, and after some parleying, inquired who we were. Capt Desha, of Co. C, resequently, and after that we were subject to a cross fire. For forty five minutes we kept up the unequal contest. Col. Thos. H. Taylor was present here, there, and everywhere. In his short jacket he moved about the field, encouraging his boys, and tired. Last night the 9th Georgia, 18th Virginia, and other regiments, went to the scene of the late battle. Col. Taylor, of the 1st Kentucky, narrowly escaped capture from the enemy. He had rallied his regiment, and left the left wing un