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ereby preventing its escape, and private James Robb, of company H, who seized the colors when the sergeant was wounded, and bore them until relieved by color-corporal William Taylor. Geo. W. Dawson, Major Commanding Sixty-first Pennsylvania volunteers. Lieut.-Col. Hiram Burnham, Commanding Light Division Sixth Corps. Casualtienies as skirmishers. Seeing a regiment down the creek, near Marye's Hill, I despatched an aid to urge it forward. It proved to be the Thirty-third New-York, Colonel Taylor, who came forward at the word. As soon as the Thirty-third had arrived within supporting distance, I ordered the Second Vermont forward. The regiment boundet of the principal heights. The rebels rallied on a swell of ground a short distance beyond, and opened fire on the Second, which was returned in earnest. Colonel Taylor now came up, and taking a position on the right of the Second, went into the engagement. The Seventh Maine, Lieutenant-Colonel Connor, came gallantly to ou