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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 14. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 62 4 Browse Search
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John D. Billings, The history of the Tenth Massachusetts battery of light artillery in the war of the rebellion 7 1 Browse Search
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The Annals of the Civil War Written by Leading Participants North and South (ed. Alexander Kelly McClure) 5 1 Browse Search
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lready alluded to,) told us that in shelling the woods to our right front we gave too much elevation, as the majority of our shells passed over them. On going into the woods afterwards, the shell scars still visible on the trees corroborated his statement. Under cover of this fire the Rebel infantry again advance to the assault. They are formed in three solid columns, Cook's and McRae's North Carolina Brigades, under Gen. Heth, and Lane's North Carolina Brigade, of Wilcox's Division, with Pegram's Artillery, composed the assaulting column.—Lee's Official Report. and come as before, at the double-quick, with fixed bayonets, uttering their war-cry louder than ever. Nearer and yet nearer they come. But what can wedo? As we had been unable from lack of ammunition to measure metal with their artillery, so now we have but one round of canister to administer as they cross the field, and keep another—our last—for closer quarters. Our troops have evidently given way, for the enemy have r<
cavalry, driving it before them, then upon Ayres' Division of the Fifth Corps while in column going to Crawford's assistance, driving it back, and finally striking Crawford's Division, repulsing it with heavy loss. Here fell the Rebel General William J. Pegram, the Boy Artillerist, as his Confederate associates called him. In the spring of 1861, a youth of modest demeanor, he entered the military service as a private soldier; in the spring of 1865, still a mere lad, he fell in action, Colonel of Artillery, mourned by an army. . . . . Such was William Johnson Pegram of the Third Corps, who, at the early age of twenty-two, died sword in hand at the head of his men. Capt. W. Gordon McCabe,in Army of Northern Virginia Memorial volume. The discomfited men of the Maltese Cross now fell back pell-mell upon the position held by the Second Corps on Hatcher's Run. Elated with their easy victory, the Rebels burst from the wood two hundred yards distant, eagerly following up, when Batte
154, 163, 188, 207, 245, 354, 363, 382, 391, 416. Battery, Fourth Maine, 188. Battery, Sixth Maine, 213, 219, 220, 223. Battery, Ricketts' First Pa., 219, 223, 249. Battery, C & I, Fifth U. S. Regulars, 238, 351, 354, 357, 372, 373. Battery, First N. H., 245, 246, 397, 412, 414, 426. Battery, Hexamer's N. J., 259. Battery, B, First R. I. Reg., 296, 311, 318, 331, 410, 412, 414. Battery, Werner's Third N. J., 322. Battery, D, Fourth U. S. Regulars, 340. Battery, Pegram's Petersburg, 342. Battery, Eleventh N. Y., 380, 397. Battery, XIII, 344. Battery, XIV, 342, 346, 380. Baxter, John F., 83, 147, 148, 198, 199, 208, 209, 210, 303, 305, 398, 399. Beal, Horace B., 86, 202, 206, 409. Bealeton, 126, 132. Beck, Tobias, 23, 39, 255, 349, 404. Belle Isle, 110. Belle Plain, 132. Bemis, H. N., 350, 351. Roswell, 48, 349. Benson's Hill, 70, 71. Benson, Surgeon, 150, 152, 153, 183, 201, 202, 204. Berdan's Sharpshooters, 160, 177. Bermuda H