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t to defend the heights in rear of Fredericksburg, and a line of two miles in length. The fact is, that when informed at light on the morning of the 3d by Gen. Barksdale that the enemy had thrown a bridge across Fredericksburg, I immediately sent Hays's Louisiana brigade to his assistance, and Gen. Wilcox, with three regiments of his brigade, came down from above. This left only three brigades on the long and comparatively weak line from the heights in rear of Fredericksburg to the mouth of th cast censure on Barksdale's brigade, even by implication, I will state that my division did not lose Marye's Hill, but one of my brigades (Gordon's, formerly Lawton's,) recaptured it before 9 o'clock on the next morning, and three of my brigades (Hays's, Hoke's, and Gordon's,) bore the brunt of the fight when the enemy was driven back across the river, Barksdale's brigade and Smith's, of my own division, having been left to keep the enemy in check from the direction of Fredericksburg. Having d