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with bayonets and brickbats.
'Tis true, that when they rushed into the fort upon us, they were yelling, cursing and shooting with all the frenzy and rage of a hode of merciless barbarians.
I could give you a full account of the whole engagement from beginning to end, but I suppose you have all the particulars from Captain Hale and Lieutenant Snow.
I remain yours, very truly, &c., A. B. Howard.
Letter from Lieutenant D. M. Rigler, Thirty-seventh North Carolina regiment.
Charlotte, N. C., June 17th, 1867. General James H. Lane:
Dear sir — Yours of the 14th instant is received, and I hasten to reply.
You wish me to give all the information I can in regard to the defence of Fort Gregg.
As it has been so long since it occurred, I do not know that I can give all the particulars, but as far as I can I will.
After the enemy drove us from the works, a portion of the brigade fell back in rear of General Mahone's quarters, and was there until you ordered us to the fort.