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revious arrangement, the brigade of Gen. Rhodes commended the fight on the right, and that of Gen. Garland on the left. Gen. Rhodes was supported by the brigade of Gen. Raine, and the brigade of Gen.Gen. Garland was reinforced by the brigade of Gen. Featherstone, commanded on this occasion by the Senior Colonel, Col. Geo. B. Anderson, of the 4th regiment North Carolina State Troops. I will state herch shall record the glorious and heroic deeds of that branch of our army. The brigade of Gen. Garland was actively engaged in the thick woods when Featherstone's (Col Anderson's) brigade advanceddeadly, and many of the brave men of the latter brigade fell while they were yet in the rear of Garland's troops. Advancing, however, they took position in line with their coadjutors. The Florida regiment of Garland's brigade was in the open field on the left of the Williamsburg road, and as Featherstone's brigade came up, the 4th North Carolina, under the command of Major Grimes, filed to the