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staff were moving between the lines toward General Emory, a shell from the Diana came cutting throuder, (his right resting on the road,) when General Emory ordered the Fourth Wisconsin, Colonel Bean give us a warm reception in the morning. General Emory was informed of these facts. He at once gof the breastworks afterward. Generals Banks, Emory, Paine, and their staffs, rode up and complimettle on the west bank Duryea's battery, of General Emory's division, took the place which Mack's bao stand upright. Down, men, down, shouted General Emory, using but this order. Being unnoticed, tace Colonel Gooding received an order from General Emory to ascertain, if possible, by an advance mInformation was now sent to Generals Banks and Emory that the enemy had evacuated, and in a short ta second charge he was rescued by our men. General Emory complimented the commanders for this brill C. Clark, assistants. Post hospital No. 2, Emory's division.--Dr. Robert Watts, Jr., in charge;[29 more...]
ications. The artillery opened fire between five and six o'clock, which was continued with animation during the day. At ten o'clock Weitzel's brigade, with the division of General Grover, reduced to about two brigades, and the division of General Emory, temporarily reduced by detachments to about a brigade, under command of Colonel Paine, with two regiments of colored troops, made an assault upon the right of the enemy's works, crossing Sandy Creek, and driving them through the woods into has closely invested some days since, our right resting on Thompson's Bayou, and the left on Springfield's Landing. Our line of investment was as follows: The extreme right was commanded by General Weitzel. with his own and the division of General Emory; the right centre by General Grover; the left centre by General Augur, and the extreme left by General T. W. Sherman--our artillery brigade being under command of General Arnold. The defences of Port Hudson, on the land face, consist of seve