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o far confirmed, after an advance of a few hundred yards, that the men were halted and brought to an order arms. They were immediately greeted with a tremendous and most destructive fire at very short range from a concealed foe. Some confusion resulted. These brigades fell back to the point from which they started to re-form, which they subsequently did in good order. Pryor's brigade, the next on their right, being without support on its left flank was immediately withdrawn by order of General Hill. It was moving forward in good order all the time. Pickett's, the next brigade, received no such order, and kept on pushing its way forward, and really driving the enemy, until it was borne through the enemy's line, and so flanked by its own impetuous move. It halted to hold its position and protect its own flanks, until the continuity of the line was restored. And just there the re- and only fight worthy the name was done. Over and again this brave brigade struck at the overpowering
Corporals J D Funster, D C Farmer. Privates J R Spann, J L Deuprec, R Mahorner, H Mahorner, W H Tate, W Freeman, J Davis, M Bell, D Bell, J T Jones, T F Glass, S M Bowen, E J Carter. Missing and Supposed Killed: Privates W A Price, W J Fant, F M Hill. Total killed, 2. Total wounded, 16.--Total wounded and missing, 3. Company G.--Killed: Capt Beanland: Privates Beard and Doak. Wounded: Lieut W G Nelms; Sgts J G Goodwin and Wyatt; Privates G W Delbridge, W B Delbridge, W B Cullen, F L Hope,cle Jackson, gun shot in hand; Henry Fukeway, killed; Lewis Robins, killed; Wm Morrie, killed; John Bright, gun shot in head. Company D--Privates Thos Hudy, ankle; Alex Rudy, mouth; John M Clark, leg; Arch Bowers, hand; Wilkes Weaver, leg; C D Hill, killed. Company E.--S W Edens, gun shot in thigh; Thos Spencer, gun shot in thigh; Alex Bailey, gun shot in chest, slight; Rufus Crawford, gun shot in chest; J T Gunter, killed; J P Metcalf, killed; C M Wade, killed. Company F.--Privates
First Alabama Hospital between 24th and Second Alabama Hospital, corner of Franklin and 25th streets. Royster's Hospital 20th street, between Main and Franklin sweets. Banner Hospital, corner of Franklin and 19th streets. Globe Hospital, on 18th street between Main and Franklin. Maryland Hospital, corner Maryland 25th streets. Greanorts Hospital, 21st street, between Main and Franklin streets. Private Hospitals. Bellevue Hospital, Broad street, Church Hill College Hospital, corner of Marshall and 11th streets. Soldiers Home, corner Clay and Henry streets. B st Church Hospital, 4th street, between Lieut and Laurel. Robertson's Hospital, corner of Main and 3d streets. St. Frances D'Sale, Brook Avenue, near Beacon Quarter Branch. Hospitals Generally opened Ligson and Howard's (factory) Hospitals, Main street, between 25th and street. Ross's (factory) Hospital the above--North side of Main. Crow's (fact