The centre, consisting of Smith's, Sedgwick's, and Richardson's divisions, stretched in lths of a mile from the enemy, and in front of Sedgwick's line they were not over six hundred yards dumn was marched to the rear — Franklin first, Sedgwick next, then Richardson and Hooker, and lastly ow his merits.
He deserves all you can say.
Sedgwick seldom praises men. But he is a gallant solditheir countrymen should know their worth.
So Sedgwick speaks of his Adjutant, Captain Sedgwick, andins, and of all in his command.
In that fray Sedgwick's division lost six hundred men, and four hunupon a cluster of officers, including Sumner, Sedgwick, Richardson, Burns, and their staffs, missingan three full divisions, commanded by McCall, Sedgwick, Porter, etc. Banners darkened the air, artilry to decide the day. McCall's, Porter's, and Sedgwick's crack divisions melted away before our adva mile east of the Seven Pines, opposite Mr. William Sedgwick's farm.
The enemy were posted in a thi