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l Elzey, up to the time he was wounded; and I found them holding their ground well, and delivering their fire with accuracy and spirit. Those engaged were the batteries of Captains Courtnay, Lusk, Brockenbrough, Rice, and Raines, while those of Cutshaw and Caskie were held in reserve. As I got up, I found Captain Courtnay's battery withdrawing from the field, as also a part of Captain Brockenbrough's, having exhausted their ammunition. Upon inquiry, I found the other batteries getting short e direction of Port Republic. On our reaching the brow of tile heights, on the left bank of the Shenandoah, overlooking Port Republic, the battalion was detached from the rest of the brigade, and ordered to support a rifled piece belonging to Cutshaw's battery. The piece moved off to the left and assumed a position on the bank of the river. We followed it, and laid in a hollow nearly in its rear, until about half-past 2 o'clock in the evening. During this time, we saw parties of the enemy
anced from Warrenton. About half past 4 P. M., I think, I received orders from General Jackson to move up the whole artillery force, which was then lying around Sudley Mills. This I proceeded to do, leaving five pieces of Captains Caskie's and Cutshaw's batteries on the opposite side of the Catharpin Run, in position to command the ford there, for the security of the wagon train. The batteries of Captains Wooding and Garber (each of four guns) got up first, and went into action, firing upon ack, while that of Captain Poague was moved down the road along our former front, so soon as we advanced, and opened on the opposing troops of the enemy as the movement continued. The five guns at Sudley's Ford, under Lieutenant David Barton of Cutshaw's battery, were also engaged in repelling an attack of the enemy at that point, which they did, supported by a body of cavalry under Major Patrick. In this battle we lost no guns. Captain Brockenbrough had two disabled, one having burst, while