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hanicsville. The division being safely over, Anderson and Archer followed. Field, Gregg, and Pendeancing, drove the enemy from Mechanicsville. Anderson was ordered to make a flank movement to the l attempted, but failed, and with heavy loss. Anderson, with the Thirty-fifth Georgia, Colonel E. L. abandoned their earthworks, when Garland and Anderson gained their rear, and the whole division movcross the plain to attack them. I found Generals Anderson and Garland discussing, with great enthun do much harm, and I am willing to risk it. Anderson responded in the same spirit, and I ordered ad at once and attack the enemy. Gordon's and Anderson's brigades were on my right, and the troops ohe right of the turnpike, just in the rear of Anderson's brigade. In taking this position, the brigd for the assault; and learning that Brigadier-General Anderson, of Major-General D. H. Hill's diviscting with General Gregg on the left, and General Anderson on the right. Before reaching the point [19 more...]