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med, and the Fifth, Eighth and Eleventh Florida regiments, commanded by Gen. Theodore Brevard, were sent out as skirmishers and captured by General Custer's cavalry force. The remainder of the Florida brigade crossed High bridge and marched to Farmville. The Ninth Florida, being crowded by the enemy, halted and fortified for an attack, and picket-fighting began. The enemy then made a charge but were repulsed. Massing their forces in a ravine that ran to the left of the Confederate command, their movement was discovered by General Sorrel, who by a gallant charge captured 900 prisoners, 200 others having been captured during the engagement. This was the last battle. Leaving Farmville the army reached Appomattox Court House. Capt. L. M. G. Gary, of Company G, remained with the Ninth until late in the fall, engaging in all the battles fought to that time. Being appointed a staff officer of his brother, Gen. M. W. Gary, he was engaged with that command until the surrender, at w