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passed the night. During the night Gen. Mansfield's corps, consisting of Gens. Williams's and Greene's divisions, crossed the Antietam at the same ford and bridge that Gen. Hooker's troops had pass resting on the Hagerstown turnpike; on his left Gen. Gordon's brigade. The second division, Gen. Greene's, joining the left of Gordon's, extended as far as the burnt buildings to the north and east Our troops ultimately succeeded in forcing the enemy back into the woods near the turnpike, Gen. Greene with his two brigades crossing into the woods to the left of the Dunker church. During this st division after Gen. Williams took command of the corps, was wounded and left the field. Gen. Greene being much exposed and applying for reinforcements, the 13th N. J., 27th Ind., and the 3d Md.the woods. Meantime a heavy column of the enemy had succeeded in crowding back the troops of Gen. Greene's division, and appeared in rear of the left of Sedgwick's division. By command of Gen. Sumn
ecession 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, 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 Grant, 216, 217 ; in Dep