On the Reb left, the coloured regiment (painted, it will be remembered by me) clashed with...
...my own regiment of Rebs! Happily my chaps had the better of the encounter!
Much to our delight the Yankees seemed to be on the run - pulling back to consolidate their position on the ridge, anchored on Meade's HQ.
By now my second brigade was on the move and swinging round the flank.
Fron the Yank's point of view they seemed to have a pretty secure position.
With thick lines of troops everywhere!
It's almost as if Meade was worried about housebreakers.
My brave Rebs - though depleted in number - surge forward.
By late afternoon I had secured the Culp's Hill position.
General Longstreet enters into the spirit of things..
As Mr Bradic's final moments once more run through my mind I find I am too upset to continue for the moment. I will return to the battle report soon and we shall see if justice prevails!