, about six hundred yards from this junction; Crawford, with the Third Division, on Ayres' right rea.
His men stream past him. They come back on Crawford's veteran division and burst through it in spcross and followed up on our left rear, while Crawford was somewhere to our right and rear, but out e from my left, supported by all I can get of Crawford and Ayres, and attack .... This will take plae the divisions retire in the order of Ayres, Crawford, and Griffin, which was the order they could al Sheridan, and take General Griffin and General Crawford to move against the enemy, as this last dne, according to Warren's orders, Griffin and Crawford to go by Bartlett's way.
But Griffin had ton Road, but the rest of the corps-Ayres and Crawford — to go across the fields to the Crump Road, had got in my pickets, which were replaced by Crawford's, and let my men rest as quietly as possiblen the front-drew out from the White Oak Road; Crawford's Division replacing us, to be brought off ca