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ption of the clearings of Frazier's Farm and Glendale, and the cultivated slopes of Malvern Hill, t Keyes with his two divisions had encamped at Glendale, in the neighborhood of Nelson's Farm.
The tidge, leading directly from Savage station to Glendale—a precious discovery, although this road was sition previously occupied by Keyes' corps at Glendale.
The latter had started for Turkey Bend, on occupied by Porter a few hours before, beyond Glendale.
McCall had left Frazier's Farm, and his tro the intersection of these different roads at Glendale may be represented by a square, the four anglhite Oak Swamp on the Richmond side.
Between Glendale and Malvern Hill small swamps, forming the sobattles of Savage station, Frazier's Farm and Glendale were huddled.
There was scarcely a sufficienquagmire, four or five guns lost by McCall at Glendale, and as many dismounted pieces which Franklin no intention of defending Frazier's Farm and Glendale, and was waiting for the reports of the gener