9:40 A. M.
Two batteries playing on Reynolds' advance, in rear of his first line, cause hiadly, but not dangerously wounded.
Reynolds has been forced to develop his whole line — aion is now getting into position.
That done, Reynolds will order Meade to advance.
Batteries over the enemy's position in the woods in front of Reynolds' left.
He thinks the effect will be to promoorning.
1 P. M.
Enemy opened a battery on Reynolds, enfilading Meade.
Reynolds has opened all hReynolds has opened all his batteries on it. No report yet. Reynolds hotly engaged at this moment.
Will report in a few momeReynolds hotly engaged at this moment.
Will report in a few moments again.
1:15 P. M.
Heavy engagement of infantry where battery is. Meade is assaulting the hilds in his front; seems to be able to hold on. Reynolds will push Gibbon in, if necessary.
The batte gone in. Will report soon again.
3 P. M.
Reynolds seems to be holding his own. Things look bettextreme left.
The accompanying report of General Reynolds will give more in detail the work of Gene