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d quite heavy.
Things look well enough.
Men in fine spirits.
1.40 o'clock P. M.
Meade having carried a portion of the enemy's position in the woods, we have three hundred prisoners. Enemy's batteries on extreme left retired.
Tough work; men fight well.
Gibbon has advanced to Meade's right; men fight well, driving the enemy.
Meade has suffered severely.
Doubleday to Meade's left not engaged.
2 1/4 o'clock P. M.
Gibbon and Meade driven back from the woods.
Newton gone forward.
Jackson's corps of the enemy attacks on the left.
General Gibbon slightly wounded.
General Bayard mortally wounded by a shell.
Things do not look as well on Reynolds's front, still we'll have new troops in soon.
2.25 P. M.
Franklin will do his best.
New troops gone in — will report soon again.
3 o'clock P. M.
Reynolds seems to be holding his own. Things look better somewhat.
3.40 o'clock P. M.
Gibbon's and Meade's divisions are badly used up, and I fear another a