en the enemy, at 11 A. M., commenced on attack on my right.
The right continued mainly at these points during the day, the enemy having gained the point hold by Col. Carr, at Cross Timber Hollow, but was entirely repulsed, with the fall of the commander, McCulloch, in the centre, by the forces under Col. Davis.
The plan of attacksustained and supported by Col. Davis's entire division, supported also by Gen. Seigel's command, which had remained till near the close of the day on the left.
Col. Carr's division held the right under a galling, continuous fire, all day.
In the evening, firing having entirely ceased in the centre, and the right being new on Colonel and seeing Brigadier-General Davis, who commanded the centre, where McCulloch fell on the 7th, and pressed forward the centre on the 8th. Col. and acting Brig. Gen Carr, is also wounded in the arm, and was under the continuous fire of the enemy during the two hardest days of the struggle.
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