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icate with Jackson, and remained until after dark, when it was withdrawn. Longstreet and D. H. Hill crossed the Mechanicsville bridge as soon as it was uncovered and could be repaired; but it was late before they reached the north bank of the Chickahominy. D. H. Hill's leading brigade, under Ripley, advanced to the support of the troops engaged, and at a late hour united with Pender's brigade, of A. P. Hill's division, in an effort to turn the enemy's left; but the troops were unable, in the gs of artillery captured, and the enemy driven into the field beyond. Fresh troops came to his support, and he endeavored repeatedly to rally, but in vain. He was forced back with great slaughter until he reached the woods on the banks of the Chickahominy, and night put an end to the pursuit. Long lines of dead and wounded marked each stand made by the enemy in his stubborn resistance, and the field over which he retreated was strewn with the slain. On the left the attack was no less vigorous
a cavalry force, down the north bank of the Chickahominy, to Dispatch Station, and destroyed a portips occupied the right and left banks of the Chickahominy, the greater number being immediately in frbatteries commanding the bridge over the Chickahominy River, on the Mechanicsville turnpike. Withion, and soon reached the north bank of the Chickahominy. Placing the Seventh North Carolina regime lines, and about one half mile from the Chickahominy River. The enemy, however, when we arrived atered to take the advance and move to the Chickahominy River, which it did. The bridge being incompletions to officer commanding cavalry west of Chickahominy. I. List of killed, wounded, and missingpursuing them down the opposite bank of the Chickahominy. As soon as the enemy had cleared our frones, on the Mechanicsville road, near the Chickahominy River, and that my other battery (Captain Woolt flank, posted on the north side of the Chickahominy River and occupying Gaines's farm. Our brigad[8 more...]