not be excelled in their devotion to the wounded.
Their services were unremittingly and most zealously rendered.
Dr. Francis Reynolds, Dr. Pascal Smith, Dr. Lawrence Reynolds, with their assistant-surgeons, behaved nobly.
The first-named officer again vindicated the brilliant reputation he brought with him from the Crimea, anthe Thirty-eighth and Fortieth New-York volunteers were ordered to advance in line of battle against the enemy.
A body of the Pennsylvania reserves, part of General Reynolds's troops, had preceded us. We advanced over a meadow intersected by two parallel ditch-drains, from five to six feet deep, with steep sides, and at many poinded near the second ditch.
The regiment continued to advance, the right wing entering the woods, the left on the open field.
At this point large numbers of General Reynolds's troops burst through the right wing in a pell-mell retreat.
The Thirty-eighth moved now right oblique into the woods and then forward upon the enemy poste