ne of battle formed across the turnpike road — Semmes's brigade on the left, and those of Mahone, Wotteries were placed on the heights between General Semmes and Wofford.
A strong line of skirmishershaw moved to that position, on the left of General Semmes.
Following this order, I was directed to their capture, although the Tenth Georgia, General Semmes, and General Wright, of Anderson's division, claimed their share equally.
Kershaw and Semmes, bearing to the left to cooperate with General A centre, (Wilcox's,) and the left centre, (General Semmes's,) extending the attack somewhat to Mahonhe enemy, in conjunction with two regiments of Semmes's brigade, led by General Semmes, and drove thhe pursuit continued as far as the toll-gate.
Semmes's brigade and my own were the only troops thatarksdale's,McLaws's,32528