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John Beatty, The Citizen-Soldier; or, Memoirs of a Volunteer 40 0 Browse Search
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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4. 6 4 Browse Search
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bertson. One Hundred and Fifty-first New York, Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas M. Fay. Eighty-seventh Pennsylvania, Colonel John W. Schall. Tenth Vermont (1), Major Edwin Dillingham. Tenth Vermont (2), Captain Lucius T. Hunt. Second brigade: Colonel J. Warren Keifer. Sixth Maryland (1), Colonel John W. Horn. Sixth Maryland (2), Captain Clifton K. Prentiss. Ninth New York Heavy Artillery, Major Charles Burgess. One Hundred and Tenth Ohio, Lieutenant-Colonel Otho H. Binkley. One Hundred and Twenty-seicketts to the left, in obedience to instructions that had been given him to guide his division on the Berryville pike. As the line pressed forward, Ricketts observed this widening interval and endeavored to fill it with the small brigade of Colonel Keifer, but at this juncture both Gordon and Rodes struck the weak spot where the right of the Sixth Corps and the left of the Nineteenth should have been in conjunction, and succeeded in checking my advance by driving back a part of Ricketts's divi
ch. One Hundred and Twenty-second New York (1), Lieutenant-Colonel Augustus W. Dwight. One Hundred and Twenty-second New York (2), Major Jabez M. Brower. Sixty-first Pennsylvania (battalion), Captain David J. Taylor. Third division. Colonel J. Warren Keifer. first brigade: Colonel William Emerson. Fourteenth New Jersey, Captain Jacob J. Janeway. One Hundred and Sixth New York (1), Captain Alvah W. Briggs. One Hundred and Sixth New York (2), Captain Peter Robertson. One Hundred and Fifty-fto learn whether he could hold on there. Lowell replied that he could. I then ordered Custer's division back to the right flank, and returning to the place where my headquarters had been established I met near them Ricketts's division under General Keifer and General Frank Wheaton's division, both marching to the front. When the men of these divisions saw me they began cheering and took up the double quick to the front, while I turned back toward Getty's line to point out where these returnin