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1 ‘The Third brigade, soon after engaging the enemy, finding its right flank in the air (I must confess I experienced anxiety also on this account), portions of it were very unsteady.’—Ayres's Report.‘The connection between the Second division [Ayres's] and my line could not be maintained. . . . Coulter's brigade. . . was brought to fill the gap between me and the Second division.’— Crawford's Report.
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