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elatively, it is certainly untrue. Now, on the right, where the battle was fiercest and longest, the 31st regiment and Hansbrough's battalion, and some of Maj. Reger's men, were commingled indiscriminately, fighting shoulder to shoulder. Of thella of Luther D. Haymond, Lieutenant of Molionan's company, lost his right arm. Several others were severely wounded Col. Hansbrough himself was wounded severely in the thickest of the fight, urging and leading on the men around him, many of whom weenced by this Battalion. As soon as his scouts announced the approach of the enemy through the woods, on our right, Col. Hansbrough led his battalion to meet them. He got within 125 yards of the enemy and gave them a deadly volley. The 31st and Rharge and became commingled. Both corps acted as bravely as men could act, though they evinced but little discipline. Hansbrough's men, as well as the 31st, are all Northwestern Virginias. These are facts well known in camp, and it appears strange