engagements, and was relieved by order of General Nelson, who had recently arrived upon the field.
d, drawing pistols on them, and coming it à la Nelson over them generally, winding up by arresting tng along or resting in shady places.
Here General Nelson arrived on the ground.
His active exertio ears, which I at this time gave my horse.
Gen. Nelson would permit no one to go for water.
Scarcely was it distributed when Gens. Nelson and Cruft came up with word that they were advancing.
Gen. Nelson spoke cheering words to the boys, saying: I make due allowance for your beithe men by their heroic words and examples; Gen. Nelson, waving his hat and shouting: Boys, if theyops toward town.
Here was the last I saw of Nelson.
As he rode past he told me he was wounded, a
During the progress of this engagement, Gen. Nelson, who had been absent at Lexington, arrived n killed.
A retreat was now ordered, and Gen. Nelson, satisfied that nothing further could be do