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is moment, through the retreating North Carolinians, the Seventh Georgia regiment, Colonel Wilson, of Anderson's brigade, Toombs's division, with fixed bayonets and the steadiness of veterans, charged the rifle pits and drove the enemy from them with Anderson bad led two of his regiments (the 7th and 8th Georgia) into action, and held two others in reserve, while Brig. Gen. Toombs advanced with his own brigade, under the immediate command of Brig.-Gen. Sommer close to the scenes of action, and lied the troops under a terrific fire, and by his voice and example entirely treatability their steadiness. Brigadier General Toombs had in the morning, by my order, detached from his division Col. Anderson's brigade to support Brigadier General just before the enemy ceased the vigor his attack, and in time to share its dangers. Brigadier General commanding Toombs's brigade, (the carter being in command of the division,) showed his usual promptness and courage. Col. Levy, of the