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en, delivered to the Ordnance Department, and the receipt therefore taken in the name of the 19th regiment. This charge upon the enemy, entirely successful as it was, was ordered by our Colonel, executed under the eye of our Brigadier-General, (Pickett,) and received unqualified praise from Generals Hill. Pickett, and the men and officers of the veteran 8th and 17th regiments, who saw and applauded the bravery of our gallant men. Some portion of the 17th regiment, (Col. Corse's,) just on our Pickett, and the men and officers of the veteran 8th and 17th regiments, who saw and applauded the bravery of our gallant men. Some portion of the 17th regiment, (Col. Corse's,) just on our left, were with us in this charge, and should share the credit of the affair; but never until it appeared in the Enquirer, of last week, had I heard that the 1st Virginia regiment laid any claim to the capture of the battery. They may have taken a battery, but they did not take, or help to take, the battery which the 19th regiment took at the point of the bayonet, held, brought from the field, and now hold a receipt therefore. These are the facts easily established. An Officer of the 19t