at it was slow.
The right wing, consisting of McCall's, Morell's, and Sykes's divisions, less than Creek.
Our extreme right wing, consisting of McCall's Pennsylvania reserves, eight thousand five h our flank.
Two regiments of Meade's brigade (McCall's division) were in reserve, and one on picketbled undercurrent.
Gen. McClellan directed Gen. McCall to fall back and take up a new position in ot wanting.
By daylight, Friday morning, Gen. McCall had fallen back in the rear of Gaines's Milhere or there<*> It was a terrible battle.
Gen. McCall was lost.
Gen. Sumner was twice wounded, ber, and Smith, and Sedgwick, and Franklin, and McCall — Hancock, and Davidson, and Meade, and Seymory was shy of that point.
But an officer of Gen. McCall's staff told me we lost twenty guns that dae more than three full divisions, commanded by McCall, Sedgwick, Porter, etc. Banners darkened the antirely, for their infantry to decide the day. McCall's, Porter's, and Sedgwick's crack divisions me