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pport either position, I had also placed all of Bee's and Bartow's brigades that had arrived — nameont to the enemy for quite an hour, and until Gen. Bee came to their aid with his command. The heroese stout-hearted men of the blended command of Bee, Evans, and Bartow, breast an unintermitting baill but Evans's eleven companies and two guns — Bee's and Bartow's four regiments, the two companie — our lines gave back, but under orders from Gen. Bee. The enemy, maintaining their fire, presntil arrested by the energy and resolution of Gen. Bee, supported by Bartow and Evans, just in rear e and woods occupied by the mingled remnants of Bee's, Bartow's, and Evans's command, with Imboden'South Carolina, a volunteer Aide-de-camp of General Bee, in command of this regiment, and who led ithe position first occupied in the morning by Gen. Bee, before advancing to the support of Evans.--R directions, including the scene of Evans's and Bee's recent encounter with the enemy, some 1,200 y[7 more...
hich I have thus sought to chronicle as fully as were fitting an official report, it remains to record, was dearly won by the death of many officers and men of inestimable value belonging to all grades of our society. In the death of General Barnard E. Bee the Confederacy has sustained an irreparable loss, for with great personal bravery and coolness he possessed the qualities of an accomplished soldier and an able, reliable commander. Colonels Bartow and Fisher, and Lieutenant-Colonel, and assuredly hereafter all those present may proudly say: We were of that band who fought the first hour of the battle of Manassas. Equal honors and credit must also be awarded in the pages of history to the gallant officers and men who, under Bee and Bertow, subsequently marching to their side, saved them from destruction, and relieved them from the brunt of the enemy's attack. The conduct of Gen. Jackson also requires mention as eminently that of an able, fearless soldier, and sagaci