they will rush in and fight.
There was a report at first that Colonel Macy of the 20th Massachusetts was mortally wounded, but I have since heard that it is not so. On Sunday, he had command of a brigade, and had his horse killed: he then came back, got another horse from Barlow and returned to the front.
This horse either was shot or reared over with him, frightened by the firing, and
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