Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Major-General Sheridan” in chapter 1, page 10 of Historic leaves, volume 7, April, 1908 - January, 1909:
...d that had been lost in the morning was regained.
This position was held through the night.
The Corps left this part of the line, moved to the left, and united with the Cavalry under Major-General Sheridan .
At noon lines were formed near the Five Forks for an assault.
The Cavalry was on either flank, and our Corps in the centre; the Thirty-ninth Regiment was in the front line near the centre.
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