across the pike and for some distance through a field into a wood.
There we were ordered to lie down, General Upton riding out some distance to hurry the broken troops behind our line.
The 65th and 67th consolidated New York passed to our rear and right and formed.
The 2d Connecticut formed to the right of the pike a little to the rear.
We could see the enemy coming up in line of battle, and some of the men said it was our own troops, and others said, No, they are Rebs.
I remember Wilbur Phillips making several such statements before being convinced.
To our right we could see our line advancing and the enemy in retreat both firing, the color sergeants waving their standards to encourage the men. But our attention was fixed in that direction but a moment, yet that was of great encouragement to us. We could see a great gap in our line to the right and knew that we were at the point of danger and that perhaps the fate of the battle rested with us. General Upton ordered us to fix