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The defence of battery Gregg-General Lane's reply to General Harris. During the war I had no newspaper correspondent at my Headquarters, nor did I write anything about my brigade for publicat
t occasion, says that the infantry force in Fort Gregg was composed of detachments from Thomas's, Lane's and Harris's brigades; the number from Thomas's brigade, as now remembered, being less than tha Wilcox in his article says: The enemy were seen along our captured lines and on the Plank road.
Lane's and Thomas's men were reformed — in all about six hundred--moved forward in good spirits, and r rs not to become engaged with the enemy's line of battle. * * * * * The fragments of Thomas's and Lane's brigades were withdrawn. * * * * The lines of battle of the enemy, imposing from their number a lse to its heroic dead, as well as to the survivors, were I to withhold facts, when such attempts are made by other commands to appropriate the honors to which it is justly entitled. James H. Lane.
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