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rigades of Brigadier-General Gracie and of Colonels Trigg and Kelly, of a battalion of artillery to ear of Poe's, commonly called the burnt house; Trigg's brigade just south of Brotherton's house, anault sent back for and received the support of Trigg's brigade, of Buckner's corps, and, with it, cn the rear, upon a declivity in the field, and Trigg's brigade about three hundred yards in rear ofy to Gracie's or Kelly's brigades. Soon after Trigg occupied his position, some three hundred yardupport. The action soon became hot in front. Trigg joined Brigadier-General Robertson, of Hood's e. I reiterated the order and the assurance of Trigg's speedy arrival, and passed on to the right, ntage by advancing as far as practicable, with Trigg wheeling to the right toward the declivity of osed the battle. In the last attack made by Trigg and Kelly, Colonel Hawkins, of the Fifth Kentumusketry betrayed its condition to the enemy. Trigg's and Kelly's brigade arriving, the command wi[35 more...]
the responsibility of placing in their hands the old muskets turned in to General Dimmock by Colonel Trigg, which I found at Abingdon. I left Abingdon with a force composed of the 54th Virginia, sixn the field. We had only four wounded, including Captain Elliott. None killed. I directed Colonel Trigg to move on the right of the Fifth Kentucky, and take the enemy in flank, and so to press on ace by small arms, arid, though daylight was now nearly gone, I ordered the battalions forward — Trigg leading to the right, May next, Moore's and Bradley's men next, so as to move on the place throu and by the road we had traveled. In half an hour a sharp, hot fire on the right, announced Colonel Trigg in contact with the enemy. Fire, from a regiment, is seldom more steady than this I refer tarty good will and promptly. Major Bradley lost one of his men, Weeden, of Halladay's company. Trigg had some six men wounded, one of whom, private Carter, of Company I, was mortally wounded. So t