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s right wing, under command of Major-General Burnside, of the Ninth corps under Reno and First corps under Hooker. His centre under Sumner consisted of the Twelfth and the reports as Turner's Gap, Hampton and Munford guarded Crampton's Gap. Reno's corps, of Burnside's right wing, at Middletown, four miles from the top of Tur was divided in part by the narrow Pleasant Valley. If a march had been made by Reno, at sun-down, on Turner's Gap, and by Franklin on Crampton's, they would have beap, he would have been five miles from Maryland Heights and Harpers Ferry. With Reno in Turner's Gap, the head of Mc-Clellan's columns would have been driven betweencommand, which was driven back demoralized by his death. The Ninth corps, General Reno, marched from Middletown at daylight of the 14th, Cox's division in advance, which, it held the Federal left back during the remainder of the day. It killed Reno however. Colquitt was placed in the centre astride of the turnpike. Later, R