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good order. General Ewell directed me to cover the retiring of the troops with my brigade. Lawton's brigade was first withdrawn across the ford at the railroad bridge, and then Hays's brigade followed, the regiments engaged in front having fallen back in good order. My own brigade was withdrawn from the pine woods in which it was, and formed in successive lines of battle so as to cover the ford at the bridge. All of the artillery was successfully crossed over, a part having crossed at Millford, several hundred yards above the bridge, at which also the Forty-ninth Virginia regiment crossed. In the mean time, the enemy advanced in line of battle on both sides of the railroad, preceded by skirmishers, and keeping up a constant artillery fire. Lawton's brigade was formed in line of battle on the north bank of Broad Run, and some batteries were placed in position, and Hays's brigade was ordered to proceed to Manassas. After all the other brigades and the artillery had crossed, my