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irginia regiment and the Twenty-second Virginia battallion, continued the struggle until the arrival of reenforcements. Thomas came gallantly to the relief of Lane, and joined by the Seventh and part of the Eighteenth North-Carolina, of that brigade, repulsed the column that had broken Lane's line, and drove it back to the railroad. In the mean time, a large force had penetrated the wood as far as Hill's reserve, and encountered Gregg's brigade. The attack was so sudden and unexpected that Orr's rifles, mistaking the enemy for our own troops retiring, were thrown into confusion. While in the act of rallying them, that brave soldier and true patriot, Brigadier-General Maxcy Gregg fell, mortally wounded. Colonel Hamilton, upon whom the command devolved, with the four remaining regiments of the brigade and one company of the rifles, met the enemy firmly and checked his further progress. The second line was advancing to the support of the first. Lawton's brigade, of Early's divisio
ence bordering the field above referred to, and Orr's regiment of rifles (Colonel Marshall) behind the following officers: Lieutenant Cothran, of Orr's rifles; Lieutenant-Colonel McCready, of the FOfficers Killed. Colonel J. Foster Marshall, Orr's rifles. Lieutenant-Colonel D. A. Ledbetterolina volunteers supporting the Fourteenth, and Orr's rifles supporting the Thirteenth, and the Firlood, of the Fourteenth, and Robert Junkins, of Orr's rifles. No field officers killed or wounded.olonel Hamilton, and Captain Perrin, commanding Orr's rifles, was sent out to sweep the field in thregate. First South Carolina Volunteers,43034 Orr's Rifles,3912 Twelfth South Carolina Volunteerat point. General Gregg formed line of battle, Orr's rifles deployed as skirmishers in front, and Snicker's Gap.  Killed.Wounded.Aggregate. Orr's Rifles,101 Twelfth South Carolina Volunteers.Sharpsburg.Shepherdstown.Snicker's.Aggregate. Orr's Rifles, South Carolina Volunteers, 1163012111[7 more...]