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ford. While they moved down to turn Lee's flank, Greene, who had been resting for an hour or more, pushed soward his flank and asked for reinforcements. Then Greene came out of the east woods. A battery took positiohe gap between Early and Hood was in fact filled by Greene, who had thus inserted himself in the interval. Eat flank, cutting him off from retreat to the river; Greene was in his rear and right flank, cutting him off from his right and in rear of it, and the infantry of Greene was pushing on by the battery. General Early says h the most intense interest. I should think so! Greene now pushed rapidly into the woods in rear of the chled his own brigade by the right flank, parallel to Greene, who had the start of him, but who was unaware of him until he suddenly swept from behind them, struck Greene full and drove him back through the woods and throuthe cornfield, and the open ground along the pike. Greene lost 651 men, most of them by Early's assault. G