ced a Rebel battery which for half an hour had enfiladed Hooker's center.
Ricketts sent word that he could not advance, but could hold his ground.
Hooker, with Crawford's and Gordon's fresh brigades of Mansfield's corps, came up to his support, determined again to advance and carry the woods to the right of and beyond the corn-fand deliberately, to leave the field at 9 A. M. Sumner, arriving at this moment, assumed command, sending forward Sedgwick's division of his own corps to support Crawford and Gordon; while Richardson and French, with his two remaining divisions, went forward farther to the left; Sedgwick again advancing in line through the corn-fier Walker and McLaws advanced with desperate energy, seconded by Early on their left.
Sedgwick was thrice badly wounded, and compelled to retire; Gens. Dana and Crawford were likewise wounded.
The 34th New York--which had broken at a critical moment, while attempting a maneuver under a terrible fire — was nearly cut to pieces; a
rmy, 179; at South Mountain, 196; in North Carolina, 715-16.
Crampton's Gap, fight at and map of, 199-200.
Craney Island, Va., evacuated by Rebels, 127.
Crawford, Gen., at Cedar Mountain, 177; at Antietam, 206; his advance at Gettysburg, 887; charges at Five Forks, 733.
Creighton, Col., 7th Ohio, wounded, 177.
Croxton, Gen., at Chickamauga, 417.
Crutchfield, Col., threatens Maryland Heights, 201.
Culpepper, Va., Banks's operations near, 175, 177; Jackson attacks Crawford's batteries at, 177.
Cumberland mountains, recrossed by Bragg and Kirby Smith, 270.
Cumberland Gap, works blown up at, 214.
Cumberland, frigate, destrucof losses at Gaines's Mill. 157; operations near Glendale, 161; Malvern Hill, 165; his loss, 166; reenforced at Gordonsville, he follows Gen. Ewell, 176; attacks Crawford's batteries at Culpepper and defeats Banks at Cedar Mountain, 177; prisoners and guns captured by, 177; his hazardous movement from the Rappahannock, 180; evacua