the field, took over the command from Doubleday, and turned over the command of his own corps to Schurz.
When the attack was renewed the contest waxed fiercer if possible, than before.
Those engag forward to connect with Wadsworth's right, forming at the junction, the apex of an angle, while Schurz's division was pushed forward on Robinson's right, leaving, however, a gap between.
Iverson'sGordon's brigade made an impetuous charge on Barlow's division, which in general prolongation of Schurz's line, faced north a short distance beyond the town.
Gordon took advantage of a gap between Schurz and Barlow, and after a short struggle, Barlow's division was routed, and the General left for dead upon the field.
This was the beginning of the end. The eleventh corps soon gave way and beatghts.
As it was, a part of Steinwehr's division, which in responce to urgent calls for aid from Schurz, had been sent into the town to his assistance by Howard, was involved in the retreating mass, a