ohnston's force--Gen. Smith's and Col. Elzey's — had not arrived.
Hampton's Legion and Wynder's Sixth regiment of North Carolina had not arr Beauregard halted them, reinforced them with a Virginia regiment, Hampton's Legion, what .of it was in condition for service, some Marylande regiments of the Fourth Carolina, Fourth Georgia, Fourth Alabama, Hampton's Legion, and others were struggling back for a moment's relief, an across it, and back to the woods, one hundred yards below.
When Hampton's Legion came with this a charge was made, which drove the enemy btain the truth.
The first of these was the taking of a battery by Hampton's Legion.
Your readers will now have had some faint conception of retaken during the rout.
Falling back upon the position taken by Hampton's Legion, whose prowess can clearly be shown by the heaps of dead this also.
Between these two is an orchard of small trees, where Hampton's Legion fought and suffered so severely.
Their graves are here.