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thrown amongst them. In their retreat one of their pieces was abandoned, but from the nature of the ground it was not sent for that night, and under cover of darkness the enemy recovered it. The guns engaged in this singular conflict, on our side, were three 6-pounder rifle pieces and four ordinary 6-pounders, all of Walton's battery, the Washington Artillery, of New Orleans. The officers immediately attached were Capt. Eschelman, Lieutenants C. W. Squires, Richardson. Garnett, and Whittington. At the same time our infantry held the bank of the stream in advance of our guns, and the missiles of the combatants flew to and fro above them as, cool and veteran-like, for more than an hour they steadily awaited the moment and signal for the advance. While the conflict was at its height, before Blackburn's ford, about 4 o'clock P. M., the enemy again displayed himself in force before Bonham's position. At this, Col. Kershaw, with four companies of his regiment, Second South Car