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Colonel Theodore Lyman, With Grant and Meade from the Wilderness to Appomattox (ed. George R. Agassiz), chapter 4 (search)
neral Gibbon will be up to help him. Another officer: General Mott's division has broken, sir, and is coming back. Tell him to stop them, sir!! roared Hancock in a voice of a trumpet. As he spoke, a crowd of troops came from the woods and fell back into the Brock road. Hancock dashed among them. Halt here! halt here! Form behind this rifle-pit. Major Mitchell, go to Gibbon and tell him to come up on the double-quick! It was a welcome sight to see Carroll's brigade coming along that Brock road, he riding at their head as calm as a May morning. Left face — prime — forward, and the line disappeared in the woods to waken the musketry with double violence. Carroll was brought back wounded. Up came Hays's brigade, disappeared in the woods, and, in a few minutes, General Hays was carried past me, covered with blood, shot through the head. Headquarters Army of Potomac Monday, May 16, 1864 I will continue the letter of this morning, describing our first day's fight. I had got