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brigade, Third division, Sixteenth army corps; Colonel Benedict, Nineteenth army corps, who fell mortally wound, and missing, are estimated at two thousand. Colonel Benedict, commanding a brigade, was the only general ofthe right, General Dwight's on the centre, and Colonel Benedict's on the left. Taylor's battery L, First regud in bad position, did scarcely any damage. Colonel Benedict's brigade on the left was first engaged, soon e commanders, Generals Dwight and McMillan and Colonel Benedict, especially distinguished themselves in the clht of the road, the left resting on the road. Colonel Benedict's brigade formed on the left of General Dwightan eminence on the left of the road and in rear of Benedict's left. Hibbard's Vermont battery was in the reark across the field to the attack. Our left, Colonel Benedict's brigade, came into action first, and soon af fled in the greatest confusion and dismay. Colonel Benedict, while gallantly leading his brigade in the ch