nel Thomas C. Devin. Fourth New York,[Detailed for duty at General Sheridan's headquarters.] Major Edward Schwartz. Sixth New York, Captain George E. Farmer. Ninth New York, Colonel George S. Nichols. Nineteenth New York (First Dragoons), Colonel Alfred Gibbs. First United States Artillery, Batteries K and L, Lieutenant Franck E. Taylor. reserve brigade: （1) Colonel Charles R. Lowell, Jr. （2) Lieutenant-Colonel Casper Crowninshield. Second Massachusetts (1), Lieutenant-Colonel Casper Crowninsthe infantry brigade renewed its attack, and the enemy's right gave way. The accomplished Lowell received his death-wound in this courageous charge.
All our troops were now moving on the retreating Confederates, and as I rode to the front Colonel Gibbs, who succeeded Lowell, made ready for another mounted charge, but I checked him from pressing the enemy's right, in the hope that the swinging attack from my right would throw most of the Confederates to the east of the Valley pike, and hence