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halt was made until the artillery could come up. Their force was made up as follows: Brigadier-General W. L. Cabell, commanding, accompanied by staff and escort; Carroll's First Arkansas cavalry regiment, Colonel Scott, of Virginia, commanding, assisted by Lieutenant-Colonel Thomson. Munroe's Second Arkansas cavalry, Colonel Munrer of wounded still moving on with the command. We captured, during the engagement, Major Wilson, General Cabell's commissary, wounded, and Captain Jefferson, of Carroll's regiment; also, four sergeants, three corporals, and forty-six privates, a part of them wounded; also not less than fifty horses and one hundred stand of arms, mostly shot-guns. Among their killed are Captain Hubbard of Carroll's regiment, and a captain of bushwhackers. The enemy admit the loss of over two hundred horses, killed, taken, and stampeded. Inclosed please find a rough sketch of the position of forces at nine A. M., when the battle culminated. Every field and line-offic
owing the first position of this division. I have the honor to be your obedient servant, A. Von Steinwehr, Brigadier-General Commanding Second Division. General Carroll's report. headquarters First brigade, Third division, army corps, May 10, 1863. Major John M. Norvell, Assistant Adjutant-General Third Division, Second hem. I would respectfully recommend that two companies of my brigade be armed with them. I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, S. S. Carroll, U. S.A., Commanding Brigade. Official report of Colonel O. H. Morris. headquarters Sixty-Sixth regiment N. Y.V., camp near Falmouth, Va., May, 1863. roar of battle was truly deafening. Much of the Second corps supported Meade on his left, and in his entire division. They drove the rebels at every point, and Carroll's brigade went through the woods in the pursuit till they reached the rifle-pits which had been abandoned by the Eleventh corps the evening before. They could no