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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—the war in the South-West. (search)
ks their enthusiasm. They return, however, to the charge, and press upon Dwight's right so vigorously that Emory causes McMillan to advance to support him. During this time Benedict repulses all the assaults directed against his left. This fight, wl; Dwight was deploying on the right of the Mansfield road, the extremity of his line being flanked by the first ravine; McMillan, then Benedict, had formed on the left at some distance behind this ravine. About the middle of the day Shaw's brigade of the Sixteenth corps came to relieve McMillan, who had been in reserve, and in order to have a better position it advanced as far as the edge of the ravine, thus outstretching by a few hundred yards Dwight's line on its right and Benedict's on its . Dwight, on the road, is in turn attacked by Walker, whilst Green threatens his right flank, but the timely arrival of McMillan, whom Emory brings to his assistance, enables him to sustain himself. Churchill, on his part, once arrived on the Sab