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ty of officers, among whom were General Schofield, Palmer, Thomas, Elliott, and Whipple, were standing in the open field to which I have refee struggle, should any come, I accompanied Lieutenant Shaw, of General Elliott's staff, towards the left. On the way we meet General Stanleyevisit the field in dreams Lieutenant Shaw, on the staff of General Elliott, Chief of Cavalry of the Department of the Cumberland, was verceased, and just as the sun was about to go down, Sherman, Thomas, Elliott, and other Generals came up to the summit of the height, and throuiscovered in time and prevented. To Lieutenant W. L. Shaw, of General Elliott's staff, the honor of the discovery belongs. From a hill uponnd him stood a large amount of rank-Thomas, Hooker, Palmer, Logan, Elliott, Sickles, Butterfield, and a small host of Major and Brigadier Gen was made between Schofield and the three infantry divisions under Elliott, commanded by Murray (Kilpatrick's division), Garrard, and Ed. McC
prepared to move at six A. M. II. Brigadier-General Elliott, commanding Second division, will mothrough the lines, and form in echelon to General Elliott's left, slightly refusing his own left. maintain this position, and advance with General Elliott. IV. As soon as General Kimball's divoners. The Second division of the corps, General Elliott's, followed the movement of General Kimbanklin pike and move southward, parallel to it-Elliott's division leading, followed by Kimball's, thn eastward of the pike, retreated southward. Elliott's division was deployed across the road, faci Beatty's division was formed on the left of Elliott's, and Kimball's division massed near the pike, in rear of Elliott's. In this order the corps advanced nearly three-fourths of a mile, when it en. An effort was at once made to connect General Elliott's right with General Smith's left. The iision commanders, Brigadier-Generals Kimball, Elliott and Beatty, in the handling of their commands[1 more...]
rally cradled by bullets, and on the large trees, for twenty feet on the trunk, hardly a square inch of bark remained. Many were torn and splintered with shell and round-shot, the enemy in their attack on Geary and Williams using artillery, which they did not bring into action on other portions of the line. Knapp's Pennsylvania battery was engaged from beginning to end on Geary's left flank, and contributed vastly to his success in holding to his position, as it were, with his teeth. Captain Elliott, of Geary's staff, was instantly killed during the action. The General's staff has suffered heavily during the campaign, having lost five of its members since the movement against Dallas. The Thirty-third New Jersey, which was advanced to fortify a hill on the skirmish line, lost more than half its number on the first onset. General Geary was on the hill with it when attacked, and had barely time to reach his main column. Attack on General Williams. The rebel attack rolled a