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ka. commanding his 3d brigade, was ordered by Wallace to the further support of McClernand; and hisf the ground, ordered a general advance; Gen. Lew. Wallace leading the attack on the enemy's left, combined effort proved entirely successful. Wallace recovered all the ground lost during the day,material, at and near this place, whence Gen. Lew. Wallace's division was dispatched March 12. torinth. One of the six divisions, under Gen. Lew. Wallace, was encamped nearly opposite Savannah; ssion on him as on others. Sending word to Lew. Wallace to hasten up with his division on our right whereof the carriage had been disabled. Lew. Wallace was at Crump's Landing, with his force exteng. The arrival of part of Buell's and all Lew. Wallace's commands had brought to the field not lesil the retreat of the enemy was decided. Lew. Wallace, on our extreme right, with Sherman and MeCnd wounded in Prentiss's, McClernand's, and Lew. Wallace's divisions — the latter known to be very l[3 more...]
eghauies Early chases Sigel out of Virginia Wallace beaten on the Monocacy Early threatens Washin. Couch was commanding in Pennsylvania; Gen. Lew. Wallace in Maryland: the demonstrations against t attention from a blow aimed at the latter. Wallace, soon satisfied of this, drew out his scanty which resulted in Johnson's falling back. Wallace now reached Frederick — his forces having hitformidable, and threatening to turn his left, Wallace now withdrew by night July 8. from Frederiom Grant. Early in the morning, July 9. Wallace's dispositions for battle were completed. Hifront was considerably overlapped by theirs. Wallace, perceiving the inequality, sent two of Tylera fiercer, more protracted struggle. And now Wallace might have retreated with honor, having achiehe field in time to save the day. They joined Wallace at Newmarket, and thence covered the retreat:, when that city was filled with reports that Wallace's little army had been annihilated at the Mon[1 more...]
nd costly failures to carry its defenses by assault, or even to flank them on the south — the luckless conclusion of Wilson's and Kautz's raid to Staunton river-Sheridan's failure to unite with Hunter in Lee's rear-Sturgis's disastrous defeat by Forrest near Guntown — Hunter's failure to carry Lynchburg, and eccentric line of retreat-Sherman's bloody repulse at Kenesaw, and the compelled slowness of his advance on Atlanta-Early's unresisted swoop down the Valley into Maryland, his defeat of Wallace at the Monocacy, and his unpunished demonstration against the defenses of Washington itself — the raids of his troopers up to the suburbs of Baltimore, on the Philadelphia Railroad, and even up into Pennsylvania; burning Chambersburg and alarming even Pittsburg — and finally the bloody, wretched fiasco of the Mine explosion before Petersburg-these, and other reverses, relieved by a few and unimpressive triumphs-rendered the midsummer of 1864 one of the gloomiest seasons of our great strugg