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orce thrown against the Confederate left.
At noon the battle began in earnest along Stevenson's entire front—a line, necessarily single, irregular, divided, and without reserves.
The left rested on Baker's Creek, near the bridge.
A portion of Waddell's Battery defended the Clinton and Raymond Roads, and the remainder took position on the left of Cummings Brigade.
Here also, to the left of Cumming's was posted Captain J. W. Johnston's Battery, the Botetourt Artillery.
To the left of Genera
Almost all were killed, and along my whole line the pieces, though fought with desperation on the part of both officers and men which I cannot too highly praise, almost all fell into the hands of the enemy.
In this manner the guns of Corput's, Waddell's and Johnston's Batteries were lost.
Double-shotted, they were fired until the swarms of the enemy were in upon them.
Officers and men stood by them to the latest moment, and to all I desire to return the thanks which their gallantry has made