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ody still moved parallel with the Chickahominy, moving round a dense growth of timber and concealed by its shadow. Arriving at the edge of the woods. Wilcox and Pickett's brigades formed line of battle, passed through large Federal camps, and stood for some time expecting and inviting an attack. The position occupied by these bremy, although flames arising on every hand, in the woods, to the front, told plainly that they were not very far in advance. Failing to draw them out, Wilcox and Pickett took up the line of march again, and had proceeded as far as Walker Hogan's farm when battle was sounded, and columns proceeding on parallel roads came to a stand. It was fortunate for the enemy that they did not accept the invitation to attack Wilcox and Pickett, for Longstreet's flank movement would have captured every man; and was one of the most beautiful man Ĺ“uvres imaginable, for the large column advanced so rapidly and hily in the shade of timber that its head upon the main road