rning found us massed on the Darby-town road.
The enemy's right, consisting of Kautz's division of cavalry, rested on this road.
My division having the advance, upon approaching our old exterior line of works, found Kautz with his division dismounted and with twelve or sixteen pieces of artillery behind them.
Having previousl(Bratton leading), I assaulted in front.
After a sharp fight of twenty minutes Kautz was routed, ten guns and caissons complete, and more than one hundred artilleryorce and intentions, massed about two miles to the rear of the point from which Kautz had been routed a large force of infantry and artillery behind breastworks, pros to make a show in our front, whilst Weitzel with his division of infantry and Kautz's of cavalry should, under cover of the forest, move some distance to our left,is game, directed me to move with my division to the left to resist Weitzel and Kautz.
I was still the extreme left of the army, and leaving my strong skirmish line