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ade, standing boldly in line without a cartridge.
At this critical moment, when the enemy was advancing on Cooke, says General Longstreet, A shot came across the Federal front plowing the ground in a parallel line, then another and another, each nearer and nearer their line.
This enfilade fire was from a battery on D. H. Hill's line, and it soon beat back the attacking column.
（2 Battles and Leaders of the Civil War, page 670.)
On the right General Lee was stationed in person, and with Toombs' brigade (says General Longstreet) held the enemy in check till A. P. Hill's division rushed to the rescue with Pender on the right and Branch on the left of his line, and aided by well-directed shots from a battery planted by D. H. Hill on his front, drove them back in confusion. (2 Battles and Leaders of the Civil War, page 670.) Generals Lee, Longstreet, and D. H. Hill concluded during a short suspension of musketry fire to reconnoiter the position of the enemy from the crest of a ridge i