s to their command.
First Corps, McDowell — Divisions: Franklin, McCall, and King; Second Corps, Sumner — Divisions: Richardson, Blenker, awest of Richmond), probably as many as I wanted; on the 11th, that McCall's force had embarked to join me on the day preceding, and that it ws burned June 28, during the change of base.
Corps, reinforced by McCall's division (which, with a few additional regiments, had arrived on e Charles City road; Kearny from that road to the long Bridge road; McCall on his left; Hooker thence to the Quaker road; Sedgwick at Nelson'sican edition being issued in 1875.--Editors. from a photograph. of McCall and Kearny.
The Fifth Corps was at Malvern Hill, the Fourth at Turm's left was attacked in vain on the Charles City road.
At about 3 McCall was attacked, and, after 5 o'clock, under the pressure of heavy masil after dark.
About midnight Sumner's and Heintzelman's Corps and McCall's division withdrew from the positions they had so gallantly held,