head, there is a crackling, roaring tumult, seasoned with wild cheers.
The Fifth corps has begun the fight in earnest — Griffin is pressing on. Wadsworth, and Robinson, and Crawford are going in; the latter on the left, supported by Getty, is advancing toward the enemy at Parker's store.
Behind Crawford and Getty, who are on tdetached, and acting with the Fifth and Second corps.
General Warren's command was still reduced to the two divisions of Crawford and Griffin and a brigade of Robinson's, General Wadsworth and Robinson being under command of Hancock.
The lines formed by the two commands of Generals Warren and Sedgwick stretched from near the rRobinson being under command of Hancock.
The lines formed by the two commands of Generals Warren and Sedgwick stretched from near the river, through the forest, across the road leading to Locust Grove, to within half a mile of the Orange Court-house road.
Across this road, and far to the left, the troops led by Hancock were disposed--Colonel Carroll's and General Hayes' (now Colonel Crocker's) brigades on the right, and Generals Ward's and Owen's brigades on t