le on our left
struggle at Sudley Ford and Stone Bridge
attack of Louisiana Irish
critical situ heavy masses moving along the road towards Stone Bridge, and I could faintly hear the shouts of tead, and still higher, Sudley Ford, etc.; but Stone Bridge was generally considered our extreme left.
l Run, eight miles away in the direction of Stone Bridge, told that the fight had commenced there, wes, who reported that the fire was brisk at Stone Bridge; that we held our own there, but that a strler's (First) division of three brigades at Stone Bridge,
General Thomas W. Sherman (brigadier ofs-still at right angles with the river — to Stone Bridge, his object being to disperse the little foers to prevent them securing the passage of Stone Bridge, beyond which heavy divisions were waiting an's and Keyes's brigades left the force at Stone Bridge, and crossed a few hundred yards higher up,tracting our attention on the right, and at Stone Bridge, while columns were marching through the wo