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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 7. (ed. Frank Moore) 26 0 Browse Search
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neral Reynolds's death, General Newton was assigned by General Meade to the command of this corps. First division,Gen. Wadsworth. Second division,Gen. Doubleday. Third division,Gen. Robinson. Second corps--Major-General Hancock. First division,Gen. Caldwell. Second division,Gen. Gibbons. Third division,Gen. Hayes. Third corps--Major-General Sickles. First division,Gen. Ward. Second division,Gen. Humphrey. Fifth corps, (lately Meade's,) Major-Gen. Sykes. First division,Gen. Barnes. Second division,Gen. Sykes. Eleventh corps--Major-General Howard. First division,Major-Gen. Carl Schurz. Second division,Brigadier-Gen. Steinwehr. Third division,Brigadier-Gen. Barlow. Twelfth corps-major-general Slocum. First division,Gen. Geary. Second division,Gen. Green. Third division,Gen. Williams. Of Sedgwick's splendid Sixth corps, which only became engaged as reserves, were brought in on Friday, I cannot give the division commanders now, (there have been such
d in Dock Square, numbering some five hundred persons, evidently premeditating a demonstration of some sort. This was soon developed. The hardware store of Thomas P. Barnes, No. 28 Dock Square, was broken open by the mob, and in a very short time rifled of guns, pistols, bowie-knives, and other similar goods. About one hundred , it is supposed that the rioters were aware of their location in the store. The mob next attempted to enter the gun-store of John P. Lovell, over the store of Mr. Barnes. But in this they did not appear to have succeeded. They next went to the well-known store of Mr. Reed, Faneuil Hall Square, and were about to obtain a forcibo verify. About the same time with the attack on the Armory, a mob of several hundred persons made a rush into Dock Square, to procure arms. The store of Thomas P. Barnes, No. 28, was broken open, the door and window being demolished, when the best arms in the store were immediately seized upon and carried away. Not less than
im but two brigades, leaving his Third brigade, Colonel Barnes, in position on the left of General Wood. At tighting over on the right of General Van Cleve. Colonel Barnes's brigade, Van Cleve's division, had been left ed him that I had suggested it to General Wood. Colonel Barnes moved in the direction, and Colonel Harker, of vision, was going into position on the right of Colonel Barnes, when Lieutenant-Colonel Starling, at the solic brought down the road beyond the position that Colonel Barnes had taken in the woods on Davis's right, and Coo drive the enemy across Chickamauga to-night. Colonel Barnes, with his brigade, I had heard from as being inas but two small brigades, his largest brigade, Colonel Barnes commanding, being detached. The accidental andneral Wood, with the brigades of Colonel Harker and Barnes, and that part of Colonel Buell's brigade not cut o is proper that I should mention the conduct of Colonel Barnes, commanding Third brigade of Van Cleve's divisi