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I directed General Stanley, at 6 a. m., to push forward toward Marietta, which he did, followed by the other two divisions.
He encountered the enemy's skirmishers near Wallace's house, on the Marietta road, about three-quarters of a mile from Noyes' Creek, beyond which he drove the enemy with his infantry and artillery.
General Newton came np and did the same on his left.
The command then took position on the western bank of this creek.
The enemy's position was in plain sight and within musrefusing to his left after reaching the base of it. This line was apparently unassailable, being as strong as possible by nature, and havinig plenty of felled trees in its front.
General Hooker, who had moved in a parallel column, had crossed Noyes' Creek farther south, and moved northward, until his left division was near my right flank.
The next morning, June 20, General Hooker's left division.
（Williams') was relieved by General Wood's division and one brigade of General Stanley's divis