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General Pettigrew's Brigade. Camp Four Miles From Richmond, June 7th, 1862. To the Editors of the Dispatch: The 4th brigade, under the gallant Pettigrew, bore an active part in the fight of 31st. It was a part of the left wing in the attack, Longstreets forces being on the right. We entered the fight with an enemy fle
This battery was assigned to us, together with Col. Hampton's and one other friend then came up afterwards. "It must " was Johnston's, Smith's, and order.
Gen. Pettigrew put one regiment (the 55th Georgia, Col. E. L. Thomas ) in the wood, skirting the battery the others in reserve.
It entered in gallant style, and was the l down by scores.
Not an enemy could be seen, nor any sign of them but this prolonged flash, proceeding, as it were, from the ground where he was concealed.
General Pettigrew pushed into the thicks, of the fight, cheering and encouraging the troops with his presence.
He did not know what danger was. Bravely exposing himself he fe