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e whole front of Longstreet's brigade, was covered at the water's edge by an extended line of skirmishers, while two six pounders of Walton's Battery, under Lieutenant Garnett, were advantageously placed to command the direct approach to the ford, but with orders to retire to the rear as soon as commanded by the enemy. The noirginia Volunteers, under Lieut. Col. Hairston, and five pieces of artillery, one rifle gun, and four 6-pounder brass guns, including two 6-pounder guns under Lieut. Garnett, which had been previously sent to the rear by Gen. Longstreet. This infantry was at once placed in position to the left of the ford, in a space unoccupied ball of Walton's battery, the Washington Artillery, of New Orleans. The officers immediately attached were Capt. Eschelman, Lieutenants C. W. Squires, Richardson. Garnett, and Whittington. At the same time our infantry held the bank of the stream in advance of our guns, and the missiles of the combatants flew to and fro above them