Sumner seeks cover.
Lee's reconnoJackson moved over White Oak Swamp on July 1, Whiting's division leading.
Our march was much delayad been formed through the woods and fields.
Whiting was on the left with three brigades (one of Jeries was of the most farcical character.
Whiting, on Hill's left, says: —
To our left was r, the movement was observed from our left by Whiting.
He reported to Lee that the enemy were with. Hill and Longstreet were close in rear, and Whiting's, Jackson's, and Ewell's divisions were on td scarcely have ventured anything serious.
Whiting's division had suffered 175 casualties in itst Malvern.
Lawton's brigade, and Ewell's and Whiting's divisions, had only been severely engaged as. Jackson was also up with his own, Ewell's, Whiting's, and D. H. Hill's divisions.
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