r April 30th and June 1st 1864. ***
Taking Gibbon's Division at10,000out of 27,000
Barlow's Division at3,500
Getty's Division at3,000out of 20000
Russell's (Wheaton's) Division at3,000
Potter's Division at 3000 out of3,000out of 18000
Crittenden's (Ledley's) Division at2,500
We may safely assume that 2: On the night of the 17th, (May, 1864), the division moved back to the angle, and having formed in columns of brigades in the following order from front to rear, Wheaton's (First), Edward's (Fourth), Bidwell's (Third), and Grant's (Second), in conjunction with the Second Corps and the remainder of the Sixth, made an attack at daylight on the enemy's position on the right and front of the angle.
The attack was not successful, and the division was withdrawn.
Ben. Frank Wheaton, of Wright's Corps, pages 685 and 686 of Record, says: Remained in the camp until May 17, (1864), when at 8:30 P. M., the brigade moved with the rest of the division to the extrem