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nding to the right, then turning up to the left, circuitously wound its way beyond the crest of the pass to the Mountain House, on the main road. Gen. Hooker sent Meade, with the division of Pennsylvania reserves, to attack the eminence to the right of this entrance to the gap, which was done most handsomely and successfully. Pments for the attack. On the afternoon of the sixteenth Hooker's corps, consisting of Ricketts's and Doubleday's divisions, and the Pennsylvania reserves, under Meade, was sent across the Antietam Creek, by a ford and bridge to the right of Kedysville, with orders to attack, and, if possible, turn the enemy's left. Mansfield, with his corps, was sent in the evening to support Hooker. Arrived in position, Meade's division of the Pennsylvania reserves, which was at the head of Hooker's corps, became engaged in a sharp contest with the enemy, which lasted until after dark, when it had succeeded in driving in a portion of the opposing line, and held the gro
n Sunday morning the battle opened in front of Meade, (Fifth corps;) one of his brigades went into deafening. Much of the Second corps supported Meade on his left, and in his entire division. Theyckles. East of Slocum's is the Fifth corps, Meade's. Behind Slocum and Meade is the Second corpsMeade is the Second corps, Couch, holding the left, that the enemy may not make a grand rush and secure the pontoons at Unitnized his corps, was placed on the left, while Meade was sent over to the right. Couch was also most, directly along the turnpike. Reynolds and Meade were north of the turnpike, Sickles on it, anddivisions which Jackson had thrown down toward Meade. It was about seven o'clock, and in a half-honow, every one of them. Ought he not to bring Meade and Reynolds up, to swing them round upon Jackough to resist the blow. Keeping Reynolds and Meade in their positions, he took Sickles and Slocumffered. How was it with Hooker? Reynold's, Meade's, Howard's, nearly all of Couch's, and half o[2 more...]