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to Wood's division, was formed in double lines, and Harker's brigade took the same formation on Wagner's right. Colonel F. T. Sherman's brigade came on Harker's right, formed in a column of attack, with a front of threee carried them. I discussed the order with Wagner, Harker, and Sherman, and they were similarly impressed, soto go for the ridge. Placing myself in front of Harker's brigade, between the line of battle and the skirmdivision had now reached the summit, and Wagner and Harker — the latter slightly wounded-joined me as I was sty fire. Seeing this, I at once directed Wagner and Harker to take up the pursuit along Moore's road, which len's brigade along the road behind them. Wagner and Harker soon overtook the rear-guard, and a slight skirmish as he could rally. He was immediately attacked by Harker and Wagner, but the position was strong, the ridge bornly with the rear-guard of the enemy. Directing Harker to put Opdyke's demi-brigade in on the right, I inf