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remained until the morning of the eighteenth, when Captain Robert Wilson arrived with companies A, F, K, and E, of the Twelfhout molestation. Here the infantry was halted, and Captain Wilson took the cavalry and moved out on the Raleigh road foud been attacked in their rear, at Huddleston's Bridge. Captain Wilson gave Lieutenant Glotfeldter command of the three remaihe rebel cavalry appeared in force. The cavalry under Captain Wilson fell back for the purpose of reenforcing company K, ofched the outside picket-fort. While running the road, Captain Wilson had his horse shot from under him, but escaped unhurt,without doing any damage. When the detachment under Captain Wilson reached camp, the works were call filled with troops, wen McGinnis, a sergeant of company A, of the Twelfth, Captain Wilson. He was struck on the head with a ball from a twelve ing by the rest of the boys. During the operations of Captain Wilson and his command, three men were wounded and six missin