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rmy corps, General Franklin and staff, and General Emory and staff. As the dusk of evening becameneral Franklin, directing him to advance with Emory's division of the Nineteenth army corps. We pre successful. But other troops were behind — Emory and his splendid division — and we knew that ta division of his magnificent corps, under General Emory, was pushing along rapidly. General Banksthe morning of the fight. The division of General Emory remained on the field, picketing the frontrawn from the field. When this had been done, Emory slowly withdrew his line to a point about two ision, Nineteenth army corps, commanded by General Emory. General Smith, who was bringing up the rerigade of the cavalry division, as soon as General Emory had arrived at Pleasant Hill, was sent outined bravery of our troops; but it was evident Emory's division was fighting the whole army. Pressertain the enemy on Saturday morning until General Emory's line could be formed, was shot at by a r[30 more...]<