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mediately east and south of Sedan, and also to the northwest toward Floing and the Belgian frontier. The battle was begun to the east and 6 o'clock, their advance could be seen just north of the village of Floing. Thus far these columns, under the immediate eye of the Crown Prin After a severe fight, the Crown Prince drove the French through Floing, and as the ground between this village and Sedan is an undulating,eceding the surrender. Presently up out of the little valley where Floing is located came the Germans, deploying just on the rim of the platef their cavalry, already formed in a depression to the right of the Floing road, now rode at the Germans in gallant style, going clear throughmans, growing stronger every minute by the accession of troops from Floing, met the fourth attack in such large force that, even before cominget the hard fighting of the day practically ended on the plateau of Floing. By 3 o'clock, the French being in a desperate and hopeless sit