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of dreadful weather and terrible roads, the divisions of Franklin, Porter, and Smith were advanced to White House, and a depot established.
On the 18th the Fifth a Morell and Sykes and the Reserve Artillery; Sixth Corps, Franklin — Divisions, Smith and Slocum.
The cavalry organization remained unchanged, and we were sadly dfied lines, I did not hesitate to retreat by that road, and left at 3 P. M. General Smith, of Franklin's Corps, having sent to the rear all his batteries earlier in a brigade of Keyes's Corps to headquarters for such use as might be required.
Smith's division, left alone when Slocum crossed to the aid of Porter, was so seriousepulsed by the two regiments on picket.
Sumner's and Heintzelman's Corps and Smith's division of Franklin's were now ordered to abandon their intrenchments, so as was passing, and then renew the advance on Richmond.
General Franklin, with Smith's division of his own Corps, Richardson's of the Second, and Naglee's brigade w