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, and never was a leader seconded by more gallant soldiers. His division formed a kind of pivot upon which the broken right wing turned in its flight, and its perilous condition can be easily imagined when the flight of Davis's division left it without any protection from the triumphant enemy, who now swarmed upon its front and right flank; but it fought until a fourth of its number lay bleeding and dying upon the field, and till both remaining brigade commanders, Colonels Roberts and Schaeffer, had men with the same fate of General Sill. Then it gave way, and, as in almost every instance of the kind, retreat was changed to rout, only less complete than that of the troops of Johnson and Davis. All these divisions were now hurled back together into the immense cedar thickets which skirt the turnpike, and were hurried over toward the right, and massed rank behind rank in an array of imposing grandeur along the turnpike and facing to the woods through which the rebels were adv