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The Daily Dispatch: June 27, 1862., [Electronic resource], The 35th Georgia in the battle of "Seven Pines" (search)
ept back a portion of the right wing of the regiment, while the right of Hampton's Legion overlapped part of the left wing. While occupying this position, the regiment was exposed to a fierce and destructive cross fire from the enemy. Under this fire fell the gallant and noble General Pettigrew, in the woods fronting the battery, while urging on the troops to take the battery. Near him fell the young and gifted Lieut. Colonel of the 35th, Gustavas A. Bull. The Adjutant of the regiment, J. H. Ware, here had his horse shot under him while gallantly performing his duty. Under the terrible cross fire of the enemy, with its right wing swept back as above mentioned, and its left embarrassed by the right of Hampton's Legion, the 35th fell back. Its Colonel, E. L. Thomas, with a daring which brought back the confidence and courage of his wavering troops, seized the color of the regiment in his hands, rode in advance of his troops, and called on them to rally and follow their leader. Str