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a Volunteers, Lt. Col. Secrest; Tenth Alabama Volunteers, Colonel J. H. Forney; First Kentucky Volunteers, Col. Thos. H. Taylor; aggregate force of 1,090 infantry, Sumter Flying artillery, 4 pieces, Capt. A. S. Cults; 1,001 Nort Fortley's regiment arriving later, replaced Garland's, which moved by the flank to the rights and the First Kentucky, Col. Taylor, at First intended as a reserve, was ordered to take position on the left of the Sixth South Carolina. as our infbama, exposed to the fire of the enemy's sharp-shooters from a two-story brick house, suffered most. my orders to Col. Taylor, First Kentucky, were given through Col. Forney; and I knew, by the commotion on my left, that it was in place. Theiled reports of the commanders of regiments and corps, and to the special mention made by them of individual prowess. Col. Taylor became separated from his regiment in passing from its left to its right, and found himself beyond the enemy's fires,