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ides, when Gen. Pryor sent for assistance, and Wilcox soon came upon the ground. To cover the infannt of St. Paul's battalion suffered severely,--Wilcox, being in support, did not lose many. The Genon's Mills. While Featherstone, Pryor, and Wilcox were thus successfully engaging the enemy on td Featherstone in reserve. The composition of Wilcox's command is mostly Alabamans; Pryor has the 1he skirt of woods and in the dips to the left, Wilcox and Pryor deployed their men into line of batt lead fell thick and fast around them. One of Wilcox's regiments wavered,--down the General rushed,hrough the woods to flank us! Yet onward came Wilcox to the right, Pryor to the left, and Featherstas bitter and terrific. Worked up to madness, Wilcox, Featherstone and Pryor dash forward at a run,o our immortal honor. These facts are true of Wilcox's, Pryor's, and Featherstone's brigades, who fGeorgia regiment of Hood's brigade claims one, Wilcox's brigade claims another, and so it is — they [1 more...]