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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.33 (search)
Wright, who has reconnoitered the ground over which our proposed attack upon the enemy's right was to be made, caused General Grant to change the plan detailed in my dispatch of last evening. Instead of attacking on our left Hancock and Wright haveme character, and both corps having artfully, but unsuccessfully, sought for a weak point where they might break through, Grant at 9 o'clock ordered the attack to cease. Warren maintained a vigorous artillery duel with the rebel batteries around lumns of brigades in the following order from front to rear, Wheaton's (First), Edward's (Fourth), Bidwell's (Third), and Grant's (Second), in conjunction with the Second Corps and the remainder of the Sixth, made an attack at daylight on the enemy'eived orders direct from the corps commander to withdraw, which was done successfully under cover of the woods. General L. A. Grant of Wright's corps, page 696 of Record, says: At daylight on the morning of the 18th, both corps charged the enemy'