their old position.
On Thursday, Minty and Wilder were at Reid's Bridge, but on Friday morning WWilder moved to Anderson's Bridge, higher up the creek.
During the day the latter closely watched th strong column came over, directly in front of Wilder, and another column, boldly advancing on the Ratened.
Minty. Both attacked simultaneously.
Wilder succeeded in repulsing his opponents, but Mintsiderably distressed, until the more fortunate Wilder sent two regiments and a section of artillery g Minty's right flank enabled them to get upon Wilder's left and in his rear.
Under these disadvantggles for their possession!
Before daylight Wilder was ordered to move to the La Fayette road, aning again, and charging in fresh numbers, even Wilder began to fall slowly back.
General Sheridan, then Van Cleve, then Wood, and then Sheridan.
Wilder and Minty, with their mounted force, held the cut in two; McCook, with Davis, Sheridan, and Wilder, being thrown off to the right, (Crittenden —