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n. Magruder's present headquarters, at about two o'clock, where we rested till five. The order "forward" was never halted by any troops with more welcome than by the 4th brigade at this time. Never was it obeyed with more spirit and alacrity. Whiting's brigade was ordered in advance of us. We followed as a reserve, but were made use of in the early part of the fight. After marching half a mile the brigade was put in the wood on the right of the Nine-Mile road and ordered to sweep them. Sooen another — then another still — in quick succession, come from. Generals Smith and, Johnston for us to hurry on at a double quick, as we were needed in front. An a short time we reached the spot where Generals Johnston and G. W. Smith were. Whiting stood with them. It was at this time that the Yankee buttery stationed on the left of the road opened. This battery was assigned to us, together with Col. Hampton's and one other friend then came up afterwards. "It must " was Johnston's,
ners of War. Whitehouse, Pamunkey river, June 4. --The following are the names of eleven officers who, with two hundred and thirty privates, were made prisoners of war. They are now in charge of Capt John Kavanaugh, Sixty- Third regiment New York State Volunteers, Irish Brigade. Col. Chas. A. Leightfoot, Twenty-Second North Carolina. Lt.-Col. John O. Long, Twenty-Second N. Carolina. Major Tully Graybill, Twenty-Eighth Georgia. Capt. T. S. Mays, South Carolina. Gen. Whiting's Staff. Lt. W. O. Clegg, Fourteenth Georgia. Lt. J. R. F. Miler, Forty-ninth Ga. Lt. W. J. M. Preston, Fourteenth Ga. Lt. A. L. Furley, Twenty-second N. C. Lt. John McIntire, Sixteenth N. C. Second Lieutenant C. D. noon, Forty-first Virginia. Conrad Royd, Second Lieutenant Nelson Artillery, Virginia. Wounded on the Kennedec Major H. A. Rubbard, 8th Alabama. Lt W. W. Rorsley, Co B, 49th Va. Lt C. P. B. Brangan, Co L, 8th Ala. J. A Jones, Co C, 2d Florida