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es despatched his aids to bring up any troops they met to fill this blank. Major Tremaine, of his staff, fell in with General Zook, at the head of his brigade, (Second corps,) and this gallant officer instantly volunteered to take Barnes's place. Wreached the ground, Barnes's disordered troops impeded the advance of the brigade. If you can't get out of the way, cried Zook, lie down and I will march over you. Barnes ordered his men to lie down, and the chivalric Zook and his splendid brigade, under the personal direction of General Birney, did march over them right into the breach. Alas! poor Zook soon fell, mortally wounded, and half of his brigade perished with him. It was about this time — near seven P. M.--that Sickles was struck bydivision, of the Fifth corps, which lost over fifty per cent of its numbers, holding its position most obstinately. General Zook, so highly complimented by Historicus, commanded a brigade of Caldwell's division. When night fell, our lines were