the Reserve Artillery; Sixth Corps, Franklin — Divisions, Smith and Slocum.
The cavalry organization remained unchanged, and we were sadly es failed to reach me; but, upon receiving a Second call, I ordered Slocum's division to cross to his support.
The head of the division reachr such use as might be required.
Smith's division, left alone when Slocum crossed to the aid of Porter, was so seriously threatened that I caons about to be abandoned by Keyes's and Porter's Corps.
Meanwhile Slocum's division had been ordered to Savage's Station in reserve, and, dued the Charles City road with the rear of his column at 10 P. M.
Slocum reached the position of Keyes's Corps early in the afternoon, and, ade were charged with the defense of the White Oak Swamp crossing.
Slocum held the ground thence to the Charles City road; Kearny from that rer dark, and during the night fell back to Malvern.
At half-past 2 Slocum's left was attacked in vain on the Charles City road.
At about 3 M