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The war.facts and Incidents of the late Battled &c., &c. A correspondent, who was attached to Latham's Battery in the battle of July 21st, desires to correct a statement which has been published, to the effect that the battle was commenced at S
rtillery were within miles of the bridge, nor in any manner connected with Gen. Evans' command.
With two six-pounders of Latham's Battery, I was within one hundred yards of the bridge, with a full-complement of men for both guns, under command of Ge ness, courage, and ability in battle, he has few equals.
"The two guns at the Stone Bridge were the left half of Captain Latham's Battery, commanded by Lieuts. Davidson and Leftwich.
The Captain of the Washington Artillery is too gallant a man ten on both sides of the paper, which is a sufficient reason for its omission.
His compliments to Gen. Evans, and to Captain Latham and his, men, are fully justified by their action on that memorable day. One other paragraph we copy.