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and dissecting their movement. It was arranged that General Franklin's corps should cross the river two miles below the cirn their right. By this arrangement it will be soon that Franklin was opposed to Stonewall Jackson, while Hooks and Sumner to commence operations, fog or no fog. The left. Franklin moved his column, consisting of the First and Sixth corpstion on the Massaponax and drive him beyond the creek. Gen. Franklin commanded the movement in person, and handled his troopnt Bayard was mortally wounded. He was conversing with Gen. Franklin when a cannon ball struck him in the hip and threw him ich the rebels held possession of their ground rendered Gen. Franklin's task a very difficult one indeed. He had to cope witravery, they were gradually pushed southward. At sundown Franklin had succeeded in driving the enemy nearly a mile and his art of Gen. Burnside to drive him from his stronghold General Franklin appears to have been the only one who has effected an