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try most rapidly. The result, briefly told, was that our column was repulsed. General Hill was determined, however, not to give up the struggle without another effort to dislodge the enemy. Accordingly, General Heth was ordered forward with Cook's and McCras's North Carolina brigades, (the latter Pettigrew's old brigade,) and Lane's North Carolina brigade, (Wilcox's division,) commanded by Conner, of South Carolina, was ordered to unite in the charge. McGowan's brigade was on the extreme right engaging the enemy's pickets and sharpshooters. The second charge was made somewhat to the right of the point where the first was engaged, but still very near it. The second assaulting column was formed — Lane on the left, Cook in the centre, and McCrue on the right.--Again, about 8 P. M., everything being arranged, and our officers having gone repeatedly up and down the lines and encouraged the men, telling them what they had to do and what obstacles they would meet, the order was given
Wanted to hire, for the balance of the year, a good Cook, Washer and Ironer, for a small family. For one who can come well recommended and without encumbrance a liberal price will be paid by application to W. S. Tyler, Confederate States Laboratory, Seventh street. au 29--6t*