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cox,Fourth brigade,1321652754119669881,055 R. A. Pryor,Fifth brigade,1515435645 1150810860 W. S. by Colonel Robinson, Fifth Texas, to Brigadier-General Pryor, or some of his staff. The enemy congade were relieved by Generals Featherston and Pryor, and moved to a position near and beyond Mechathe front and to the right of the positions of Pryor and Featherston, and formed in the woods on th the enemy's skirmishers withdrew. A battery (Pryor's) was now brought to the front, and from a cos brigades were brought up near and in rear of Pryor. Pryor's regiment advancing against the skirm front of us, and not far distant, my own, Generals Pryor and Featherston's brigades were ordered tondsomely driven from the skirt of woods by General Pryor's brigade. The three brigades were subjnes's house. These three brigades — Wilcox's, Pryor's, and my own — constituted the extreme right thought the enemy advancing. On reaching General Pryor's brigade, which was then on the extreme l[29 more...]
s full of water about Weverton, I directed General Pryor, if tools could be obtained, to cut the cathey were in full view of where my own and General Pryor's brigades were resting, on high ground, i company, both under the direction of Brigadier-General Pryor, with instructions to approach the pa the enemy's artillery. Before seven A. M., Pryor's brigade was placed in position in line at rie enclosed reports of Generals Featherston and Pryor will bring to your notice such instances of mef Second battle of Manassas. headquarters Pryor's brigade, near Winchester, October 5, 1862. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, Roger A. Pryor, Brigadier-General, commanding. Repor was held in reserve, with one regiment of General Pryor's. As soon as our line was formed, an advas charge parts of Wilcox's, Featherston's, and Pryor's brigades participated with mine, and, I am peen ordered to halt there by somebody, not General Pryor. Finding General P. in a few moments, and[16 more...]