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nt, it sends a volley in greeting that thins those faces even as a wind of autumn rushing through an oak. General Ricketts is on the left, General Wright next, General Neill, of the Second division, whose iron brigade is made up of men who never flinched a desperate strait, holds the right of the line in support.
The fighting — rs, One Hundred and Twenty-second New York, and Sixty-seventh Pennsylvania; General Seymour's brigade, of Ricketts' division, connected on the left.
Next came General Neill's brigade, composed of the Forty-third, Forty-ninth, and Seventy-seventh New York, the Seventh Maine, and the Sixty-first Pennsylvania volunteers.
Next came Ueventing further panic.
The enemy come on, raging over the ruins of this route, but to no further conquest.
For there is a line of steel which cannot be broken — Neill's magnificent brigade.
Against it, as a billow against a rock, the exultant massess of the enemy fall and break, and are thrown back, and retire, while the column