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ght. While the fight was raging on our right, Wilcox and Wright of Anderson's division, were pressing the enemy's centre. Wilcox pushed forward for nearly a mile, driving the enemy before him and up efforts of two little brigades, (Wright's and Wilcox's, for Perry had fallen back overpowered,) cone carried. Perry's brigade, which was between Wilcox and Wright, soon after its first advance, was eft an interval in the line between Wright and Wilcox, and which the enemy perceiving, he threw a hehe gap then made, deploying a portion of it in Wilcox's left flank, while a large force was thrown i Barksdale's and Wofford's, (of McLaws's,) and Wilcox's and Wright's, (of Anderson's division,) weredivision in advance, supported on the right by Wilcox's brigade and on the left by Heth's division, ing infantry, and falling into the arms of Captain Wilcox, his aid, who rode beside him, his life went out with the words: Good God, Wilcox, I am killed. The command of the corps devolved upon Gene[7 more...]
of march are completely chopfallen at the ill success of their favorite General Stuart, and they predict that he will yet pay us off. Strange as it may appear, while our loss is comparatively trifling, that of the enemy is very heavy. We have already as many dead rebels in our possession as our entire loss in killed. Besides, it is known that they carried off several ambulances loaded with their own dead. Our is about ten killed and one hundred wounded. Among the enemy's killed is Colonel Wilcox, of the Ninth Virginia cavalry. The colonel of a South-Carolina regiment is a prisoner, and the colonel of the Fifty-ninth North-Carolina is seriously wounded and a prisoner. E. A. Paul. Indianapolis Journal account. Aldie, June 23, 1863. Editor Journal: Pleasanton's cavalry has won new laurels, additional lustre attaches to our name, and we are far removed from that derisive contempt in which our arm of the service has been held for many months. On the morning of the twe