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The Daily Dispatch: September 28, 1863., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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gade, attached to Bushrod Johnson's division was on the left of Gen. D. H. Hill's corps, and charged the entrenchments Sunday with its famed and distinguished gallantry, taking 14 pieces of artillery. Gen. McNair was wounded, and the noble Col. R. W. Harper, commanding a brigade, was killed. Col. Harper was a Marylander but a citizen of Arkansas, and had previously distinguished himself at Oak Hills, Elk Horn, and Murfreesboro'. Gen. Buckner's and Hill's corps also won imperishable renown. CCol. Harper was a Marylander but a citizen of Arkansas, and had previously distinguished himself at Oak Hills, Elk Horn, and Murfreesboro'. Gen. Buckner's and Hill's corps also won imperishable renown. Capt. James Stone of Buckner's escort, (who took Gen. Willich prisoner at Murfreesboro'.) also added to his laurels. On Monday, the 21st, Gen. Forrest pursued the enemy, capturing a squadron of Gen. Stanley's Yankee cavalry, and general skirmishing taking place, the enemy retreating on Chattanooga. Gen. Wheeler had also captured a large train of wagons, burning a large portion and securing over 1,000 prisoners. To-night, (Tuesday,) as I close this letter, which I send by private express, a