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dispersed. Major Hobson and Lieutenant Gaff, of Fifth Alabama, acquitted themselves handsomely in this charge. Colonel Iverson, Twentieth North Carolina, Colonel Christie, Twenty-third North Carolina, Captain Garrett, Fifth North Carolina, Adjutant Taylor and Lieutenant Pierce, of the same regiment, had gathered up about two hundred men, and I sent them to the right to attack the Yankees in flank. They drove them back a short distance, but, in turn, were repulsed. These two attacks, howeverenant J. M. Gaff, Sergeant A. Swicegood, Color-Corporal Joshua Smith, Fifth Alabama; Colonel C. A. Battles, Captain E. S. Ready, (badly wounded,) Lieutenant J. J. Lake, (killed,) Lieutenant E. L. Randle, (wounded,) Sergeant N. M. Howard, Sergeant William Taylor, Corporal Josiah Ely, Sergeant J. W. Hauxthall, private Joseph Lee, Sergeant James Stewart, Sergeant Henry Donnalson, Sergeant George Ellison, and private Hollanquist, Third Alabama. Brigadier-General Colquitt reports, in like manner,