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Chapter6 Communicating with Burnside Grant attacks the enemy's center how a famous mes
ward our left.
There were two roads by which Burnside could be reached.
One was a circuitous route from his flanks to reinforce his center.
If Burnside could see a chance to attack, he was to do so
The forward movement was ordered at once.
Burnside was in great doubt as to whether he should co ttacking as he was.
I had ridden with General Burnside to the front to watch the movement.
The e promptly communicated to Generals Meade and Burnside.
The result of the day's work on our fron s Comstock and Babcock were directed to go to Burnside that afternoon, and to remain with him during ry — firing, which came from the direction of Burnside's position.
A few minutes after came the sou ured two general officers. General Grant sent Burnside this news with a message saying, Push on with and prisoners, and a quarter of an hour later Burnside sent word that he had driven the enemy back t [7 more...] [5 more...]