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nder Gen. Banks were organized as a division. Aug. 28, 1861: Franklin's division, consisting of Kearny's and Franklin's old brigade. A third brigade added Sept. 4. Aug. 30, 1861: F. J. Porter's division, consisting of two brigades. A third brigade added Sept. 27. Sept. 12, 1861: Stone's division, consisting of two brigades, Lander's and Peck's. Baker's brigade was added towards the end of the month or early in October. Sept. 14, 1861: Buell's division, consisting of Couch's and Graham's brigades. A third brigade added early in October. Sept. 16, 1861: McCall's division; on the 25th of that month he received the last two regiments of the Pennsylvania Reserves, so that his division consisted of thirteen regiments in three brigades, under Meade, J. F. Reynolds, and Ord. Sept. 28, 1861: W. F. Smith's division, consisting of the Vermont brigade (afterwards Brooks's), J. J. Stevens's and Hancock's brigades. Oct. 5, 1861: Heintzelman's division, consisting of Richardso
rely from artillery-fire which could not be replied to. A section of Robertson's horse-battery, commanded by Lieut. Vincent, 2d Artillery, now arrived on the ground and did excellent service. Subsequently a battery of brass guns, commanded by Capt. Graham, 1st Artillery, arrived, and was posted on the crest of the hill, and soon silenced the two guns in the orchard. A heavy fire soon ensued between the battery further to the right and our own. Capt. Graham's battery was bravely and skilfully sCapt. Graham's battery was bravely and skilfully served, but, unable to reach the enemy, who had rifled guns of greater range than our smooth-bores, retired by order of Gen. Richardson, to save it from useless sacrifice of men and horses. The brave general was himself mortally wounded while personally directing its fire. Gen. Hancock was placed in command of the division after the fall of Gen. Richardson. Gen. Meagher's brigade, now commanded by Col. Burke, of the 63d N. Y., having refilled their cartridge-boxes, was again ordered forward,
al, attitude toward secession and centralization, 31, 32 ; safe policy, powerless early in the war, 32 ; unprepared, 39. Government, State, Northern and Southern views of, 31 ; aid of Northern States, 32, 42. Grafton, W. Va., 57, 58. Graham, Gen. L. P., 81. Graham, Capt., 597. Granger, Capt. B., 130. Granger, Gen. G., appointed inspector, refused, 44. Grant, Gen. U. S., seeks position on McClellan's staff, 47 ; complained of, by Halleck, 216; letter, 219. Great Falls, Md., 79, 90Graham, Capt., 597. Granger, Capt. B., 130. Granger, Gen. G., appointed inspector, refused, 44. Grant, Gen. U. S., seeks position on McClellan's staff, 47 ; complained of, by Halleck, 216; letter, 219. Great Falls, Md., 79, 90, 95, 167. Greene, Gen. G. S., 591-593. Gregg, Col., at Yorktown, 302, 303; Pope's Campaign, 521, 524, 525. Grier, Col. W. A., 321, 322. Griffin, Gen. C., 370, 414-416, 620. Grimm, Capt., 419. Grover, Gen. G., 314. Haines, Lieut., 601, 602. Halfway House, Va., 254, 260, 261, 289, 298, 299, 320, 322. Hall's Hill, Va., 95. 516, 516, 536. Halleck, Gen. H. W., accused of perky, warns McClellan against Stanton, 137; desired by Scott as his successor, 170 ; strategy, 215 ; complains of Gr