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ub the palm of their hands over their stomachs and reply, "I am sick." Shells from the rebel guns began to drop in the ranks of the Nineteenth corps, and General Grover, whose division was on the left, and resting on the turnpike, was busily engaged getting his men into position to protect General Crook's flying troops.--Sudd corps. General Wright at this time sent for the Sixth corps to come up, and General Emory superintended the formation of his corps into line of battle. General Grover, commanding the Second division of the corps, was hard at work reversing his line and having his guns trained on the rebel columns. It was at this critical jnder him while encouraging and forming his men. He instantly mounted one belonging to an orderly, and was fortunately able to continue at the head of his men. General Grover at the same time had the heel of his right boot carried away by a shell, but, singular to relate, neither the General nor his horse sustained any injury.