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's and Bartow's brigades numbering 2732 bayonets, 300 of Stuart's cavalry, and Imboden's and Pendleton's batteries; to which were added Barksdale's 13th Mississippi e proceed: In the meantime, about 7 o'clock A. M., Jackson's brigade, with Imboden's and five pieces of Walton's battery, had been sent to take up a position alo threw forward his entire command and engaged the enemy with surpassing valor, Imboden's battery playing at the same time with telling effect. A fierce and destruith Ricketts's light battery of six 10-pounder rifled guns, now opened fire on Imboden's command, which had been increased by two rifled pieces from the Washington A1th Mississippi, commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel Liddell, and six pieces under Imboden and Richardson, were the only forces we had to confront two divisions of four re stood the remnants of Bee's, Bartow's, and Evans's commands. With him were Imboden's battery and two of Stanard's pieces, supported in the rear by J. F. Preston'
bout 7 o'clock A. M., Jackson's brigade, with Imboden's and five pieces of Walton's battery, had bed previously disposed his command with skill, Imboden's battery having been admirably placed betweeand engaged the Federalists with impetuosity, Imboden's battery, at the time, playing from his wellf two batteries which divided their fire with Imboden and two guns, under Lieutenants Davidson and ant-Colonel Liddell, and the six pieces under Imboden and Richardson. The enemy had two divisions ady advanced, and was in position near it. Imboden's battery, which had been handled with markedft and front, were also obliged to fall back; Imboden, leaving a disabled piece on the ground, retiof Bee's, Bartow's, and Evans's command, with Imboden's battery and two of Stanard's pieces placed by four regiments of Jackson's brigade, with Imboden's four 6-pounders, Walton's five guns— two riintained in action. The several batteries of Imboden, Stanard, Pendleton (Rockbridge Artillery), a[1 more...]