ictorious, Gen. Hooker determined to advance.
Orders were sent to Crawford and Gordon — the two Mansfield brigades — to move forward at once,k about him. There is a regiment to the right.
Order it forward!
Crawford and Gordon are coming up. Tell them to carry those woods and hold s command was broken, but with his right still untouched, and with Crawford's and Gordon's brigades just up; above all, with the advance of th
Sumner arrived just as Hooker was leaving, and assumed command.
Crawford and Gordon had gone into the woods, and were holding them stoutly f his column, advancing rapidly through the timber, opposite where Crawford was fighting.
The veteran General was riding alone in the forest,.
Sedgwick's division was in advance, moving forward to support Crawford and Gordon.
Rebel reinforcements were approaching also, and the s the enemy, perceiving their advantage, came round on that flank.
Crawford was obliged to give way on the right, and his troops pouring in co