ons: Franklin, McCall, and King; Second Corps, Sumner — Divisions: Richardson, Blenker, and Sedgwickng opposition, to gain ground enough to enable Sumner and Heintzelman to support the attack to be maorders, and being convinced that the troops of Sumner and Franklin at Savage's Station were ample fohere to go, and I did occupy these lines.
General Sumner's were more indefinite, and he occupied a been impossible.
After Generals Franklin and Sumner had fallen back, my right flank and rear were he fearless commander of the Second Corps, General Sumner, thought it hazardous to remove them from , was so seriously threatened that I called on Sumner's Corps to send a brigade to its support.
F first step was accomplished.
During the 28th Sumner, Heintzelman, and Franklin held essentially thposted his division at that point and informed Sumner, who moved his Corps to the same place, arriving continued until after dark.
About midnight Sumner's and Heintzelman's Corps and McCall's divisio