About noon, the Fourth brigade, Colonel Elzey, arrived at the junction of the Manassas Gd General Smith over the neck of his horse and Elzey resumed command.
By that time the day had advs of Bull Run.
With three regiments remaining Elzey pressed straight to the front.
Getting nearlyignation, as the line showed no colors.
Cried Elzey to his aide-de-camp, Charles Couter, of Prince.
It was the stars and stripes.
cried Elzey, and the whole line delivered its volley.
Cha had been.
It had gone, dissolved into mist.
Elzey pressed right on. He was behind McDowell's riggard dashed up, filled with enthusiasm— Hail!
Elzey, Blucher of the day!
and in a moment President Davis came up with General Johnston. General Elzey, I congratulate you, said the man who made generals.
Elzey was promoted brigadier-general, Steuart colonel, Johnson lieutenant-colonel, and E. R on the 22nd of July.
The Fourth brigade, Colonel Elzey, reached the Court House the afternoon of