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The Daily Dispatch: March 9, 1864., [Electronic resource], Review of the Pennsylvania campaign. (search)
ade of Mississippians, except one regiment, was in line on the left of the same road. Pettigrew's N C brigade, and Heth's (old) Virginia brigade, under Col. John M. Brockenbrough, were hold in reserve. Archer and Davis were soon ordered to advance, in order to feel the enemy, make a forced reconnaissance, and determine what forcettysburg, the division was formed in line of battle on the right and left of the road, as follows: Archer's brigade on the right, Pettigrew in the centre, and Brockenbrough on the left centre, and Davis on the left. After the division had rested an hour or more it was again ordered forward, and soon encountered the enemy in heavybeing killed, and Lieut.-Col. Lane being severely wounded. The 11th also lost its Major, (Ross,) who was killed, whilst Col. Leventhorp was severely wounded. Brockenbrough's gallant Virginians were no idle spectators in these bloody scenes — they were emphatically heroes in the strife. Fighting with their usual gallantry and das