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George Meade, The Life and Letters of George Gordon Meade, Major-General United States Army (ed. George Gordon Meade), chapter 4 (search)
ins' men came out of the woods and started for Cooper's battery, Randol, whose front was at that momallied after their ineffectual attempt to take Cooper's and Kern's guns. Kern's battery had just d having fired every round of its ammunition. Cooper's battery remained perforce, although in even iment, they now made a countercharge to retake Cooper's battery. A desperate hand-to-hand fight tooe it was originally posted, keeping watch over Cooper's guns, which neither side was able to use or in sight of Cooper's and Randol's batteries. Cooper's, deserted, lay between the fires of the oppoe Sixtieth Virginia, charged on the right upon Cooper's deserted guns, while the Forty-seventh and Sk after a brisk fight to the place occupied by Cooper's guns. Here they met Pender's brigade, which during their absence had come up to Cooper's battery, just as one of Dana's regiments, the TwentietMcCall's left, until they entered the woods on Cooper's left. They then moved by the right flank fo[9 more...]
George Meade, The Life and Letters of George Gordon Meade, Major-General United States Army (ed. George Gordon Meade), chapter 5 (search)
d reformed in line. Cutler's brigade was now ordered forward with those of his regiments which had fallen back, and his brigade, reunited, was reformed, occupying to the right of the road the ground where the fight had begun. Stewart's First United States Artillery was also brought up and posted on Cutler's line. About eleven o'clock Doubleday's division came upon the field and at once took position, Stone's brigade in the interval between Cutler and Meredith, and Biddle's brigade, with Cooper's First Pennsylvania Battery, on the left of Meredith, Gamble's brigade of cavalry being deployed on Biddle's left. Robinson's division, following Doubleday's, was placed in reserve near the seminary. The attack of Archer and Davis had signally failed. Archer, as has been said, had been captured, with many of his men, and the brigade driven back. Davis's brigade had suffered so severely, had been so badly cut up and scattered, that it could not be again brought into action until late i
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