and 45 wounded before it moved from its position.
Johnson pushed his command forward with orders to attack whenever opportunity permitted.
Robertson's brigade of Hood's division advanced on the right of the Fiftieth, and the enemy was driven back with loss.
About this time General Gregg ventured out too far in front of his bres.
Johnson advanced his whole line, Gregg's brigade under the gallant Col. Cyrus A. Sugg, Fiftieth, in rear, supported by Brig.-Gen. E. M. Law, then commanding Hood's division, in a third line.
The scene now presented, said General Johnson, was unspeakably grand— the rush of our heavy columns sweeping out from the shadow of uts of our men; the dust, the smoke; the noise of arms of whistling balls and grapeshot and bursting shells, made a battle scene of unsurpassed grandeur.
Here General Hood gave his final order, Go ahead and keep ahead of everything.
The order was obeyed.
Gregg's brigade, under Sugg, captured nine pieces of artillery.