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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 8. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Gettysburg. (search)
Scales and S. McGowan (the latter commanded by Colonel A. Perrin of the Fourteenth South Carolina volunteers), ttle from right to left in the following order: Colonel Perrin, Brigadier-Generals Scales, Lane and Thomas; thay by Major Pegram's battalion of artillery. Colonel Perrin, after passing General Heth's division, took adhe grove, which crowns the crest of the ridge. Colonel Perrin here finding himself without support, either onuld have been captured, but the two left regiments (Perrin's brigade) met a second force of the enemy posted bteries. Too much credit cannot be awarded to Colonel Perrin and the splendid brigade under his command for eld. This brave and worthy young officer, says Colonel Perrin, in his official report of the transaction, felark, ordered the brigades of General Thomas and Colonel Perrin forward to the road occupied by the skirmishersntly abandoned, but these two brigades (Thomas' and Perrin's) remained in their advanced position during the n