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ts, and was composed as follows: Sixth corps24,000 men. First corps18,500 men. Third corps--two divisions10,000 men. Ninth corps--Burns' division4,000 men. Bayard's cavalry3,500 men. General Sumner had about twenty-seven thou sand men, comprising his own grand division except Burns' division of the Ninth corps. Gene M. Gibbon and Meade driven back from the wood. Newton gone forward. Jackson's corps of the enemy attacks on the left. General Gibbon slightly wounded. General Bayard mortally wounded by a shell. Things do not look so well on Reynolds' front; still we'll have new troops in soon. 2:25, P. M. Despatch received. Franklinklin at that time. The report of General Franklin will give the movements of the left grand division more in detail, including the cavalry division of Brigadier-General Bayard. It may be well to state that at 10:30 A. M. I sent Captain P. M. Lydig, of my staff, to General Franklin, to ascertain the condition of affairs in hi
2:15 P. M. Gibbon and Meade driven back from the wood. Newton gone forward. Jackson's corps of the enemy attacks on the left. General Gibbon slightly wounded. General Bayard mortally wounded by a shell. Things do not look so well on Reynolds' front; still we'll have new troops in soon.