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, Gen. Kearny ordered Col. Hobart Ward, with the 38th New York, to charge down the road and take the rifle-pits on the center of the abatis by their flank; which was gallantly done, the regiment losing 9 of its 19 officers during the brief hour of its engagement. The success of its charge not being perfect, the left wing of Col. Riley's 40th New York (Mozart) charged up to the open space, and, taking the rifle-pits in reverse, drove out their occupants and held the ground. By this time, Gen. Jameson had brought up the rear brigade of the division; whereby, under a severe fire, a second line was established, and two columns of regiments made disposable for further operations, when thick darkness closed in, and our soldiers rested, in rain and mire, on the field they had barely won. Gen. Heintzelman, who had at Yorktown been charged by Gen. McClellan with the direction of the pursuit, had this day been superseded by an order which placed Gen. Sumner in command at the front. To Sumn
former year had been unaffected by the wave of depression and discouragement that swept soon afterward over the loyal States. California voted next: Sept. 3. going Union throughout by a very large majority 1863. Union. Democratic. Gov. F. F. Low, 64,447. Downey, 44,715. --nearly equal to that of 1861; but Maine--voting somewhat later Sept. 14.--felt the full impulse of the swelling tide, and showed it in her vote. 1862. Repub. War Dem. Peace Dem. Gov. Coburn, Jameson, Bradbury, 45,534 7,178 32,331 1863-- Gov. Cony, Bradbury,   68,299 50,583 But the October Elections were far more significant and decisive. In Pennsylvania, Gov. Andrew G. Curtin--who had aided the war to the extent of his ability — was presented by the Republicans for reelection; while the Democrats opposed to him Judge Geo. W. Woodward See his Peace speech, Vol. I., pp. 363-5. who, it was certified, had declared in 1861--If the Union is to be divided, I want the line