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, and Col. Lee, with a battalion of the Massachusetts 20th, a section of the Rhode Island battery, and Tammany regiment, was sent to Conrad's Ferry. A section of Bunting's New York battery and Rickett's battery were already on duty respectively at Edward's and Conrad's Ferries. Gen. McCall's movement had evidently attracted t across of the sufficiency of which he (Baker) was to be judge, was detailed, and authority given him to make use of the guns of a section of each of Vaughn's and Bunting's batteries, together with French's mountain howitzers, all the troops of his brigade and the Tammany regiment, besides the Nineteenth and a part of the Twentieth Col. Coggswell reached the field amid the heaviest fire, and came gallantly into action, with a yell which wavered the enemy's line. Lieut. Bramhall, of Bunting's Battery, had succeeded, after extraordinary exertions and labor, in bringing up a piece of the Rhode Island Battery, and Lieut. French his two howitzers, but bo