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t here was very heavy; among others, its brave colonel (Conner) received a severe wound in the leg.
Ripley's arrival brought two more North Carolina regiments into the battle—the First, Colonel Stokes, and the Third, Colonel Meares.
These, with the Forty-fourth and Forty-eighth Georgia, formed Ripley's brigade.
Two of Ripley's regiments, the First North Carolina and the Forty-fourth Georgia, united with Pender on the right, and the Third North Carolina and Forty-eighth GeRipley's regiments, the First North Carolina and the Forty-fourth Georgia, united with Pender on the right, and the Third North Carolina and Forty-eighth Georgia moved to a position in front of the enemy.
All moved forward.
The two regiments directly in front suffered little, comparatively, but Pender and the two regiments on the right went indeed into a storm of lead.
The Georgians lost 335 men in an Hill by Colonel Tew, were the Second, Colonel Tew; the Fourteenth, Colonel Johnston; the Thirtieth, Colonel Parker.
In Ripley's were the First and Third North Carolina, the First under Lieut.-Col. W. P. Bynum, of the Second, and the Third under Co