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id better; and I have it from high official testimony that the conduct of Pegram and his men was almost beyond praise. Taking position with two of his batteries (Brander's and --'s) to the right of the assaulting column, and within four hundred yards of the enemy's works, he fought them with one-second fuses (and with great accura that the cavalry were in our rear. General Hill hastily getting together his personal staff couriers and all mounted and dismounted men in reach, accompanied by Brander's battery, pushed to the spot indicated. A few Yankee cavalry were demonstrating, as if intending a rear attack, but a few shells from Brander's guns quickly putBrander's guns quickly put them to flight. I regret that I am unable to speak more intelligibly as to the precise parts borne by the cavalry in the fight, but it will suffice to say that they did their duty well, capturing near six hundred prisoners and materially assisting the infantry in the substantial work of the day. The Weldon railroad is now