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ne Bridge. It consisted of the Fourth South Carolina Regiment and Wheat's Louisiana Battalion. Sustaining them, was General Cocke's Brigade, consisting of the 17th and 19th and 28th Virginia Regiments, commanded respectively by Cols. Cocke, WitherCols. Cocke, Withere and Robt. T. Preston. These Brigades were the first to bear the brunt of the action, as they were exposed to a concentric fire, the object of the enemy being to turn our left flank while we were endeavoring to turn his right. These regiments of r intrepidity, Col. Thomas being killed and Major Mason wounded. Your correspondent heard Gen. Johnston exclaim to Gen. Cocke just at the critical moment, "Oh for four regiments!" His wish was answered, for in the distance our reinforcements appment. The Washington Artillery, who had drawn their guns up the hill and in front of the house known as Mr. Lewis'--Gen. Cocke's and Gen. Jefferson's headquarters, and which was pieces artillery, drive back ingloriously a force exceeding 35,00