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heir number, however, did not do so, but remained fighting, apparently unconscious that they were left alone, until by the advance of the First Minnesota under Maj. Mitchell of the staff, they were cut off and surrendered.
Crawford's Division of the Fifth Corps had been expected to move up the Run and join our right, but owing t brigade was driven back in confusion, rallying at the Plank Road,—the section falling into the hands of the enemy.
At the first sound of the attack, I sent Maj. Mitchell . . . to Gen. Egan, with orders for him to desist from his assault on the bridge
Egan had already done so.
I do not think the enemy comprehended theed just in front of the Dabney Mill Road, with Kerwin's brigade of dismounted cavalry on its left.
Roder's (K) and Beck's batteries were opened on the enemy.
Maj. Mitchell, in returning from Gen. Egan, found the enemy in possession of the road.
and taking the first Minnesota of Rugg's Brigade, Second Division, opened fire on him