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th) with great coolness and bravery. Gens. S. P. Heintzelman and C. Grover especially compliment the 1st and 16th Mass. Maj. D. S. Lamson, css. was sent forward to the skirmish line. The announcement of General Grover's arrival led to a cessation of the fire, and a general attack t, until supported by General Paine and ultimately withdrawn by General Grover. Colonel Morgan was ultimately tried and sentenced by court-marpoint of the bayonet. Official War Records, XII (2), 441. Brig.-Gen. C. Grover, commanding brigade, says that the 11th and 16th Mass. have lso spelled Opequan, Irwin, p. 370. An impetuous charge was made by Grover's division, including the 26th and 38th Mass. Infantry and the 3d Ce 26th, says, As the troops entered the woods, I was ordered by General Grover to halt and hold that position, and not to go farther into the icial War Records, 91, p. 326. The fresh troops of Rodes coming up, Grover's fell back, when Russell's division of the 6th Corps came up, stru