ance; the voice of cannon is deep in the recesses of the woods.
There is a volley at last--General Griffin's division of the Fifth corps has opened the fight.
Forward! by the right flank; forward roaring tumult, seasoned with wild cheers.
The Fifth corps has begun the fight in earnest — Griffin is pressing on. Wadsworth, and Robinson, and Crawford are going in; the latter on the left, supia, we can hear but not see the progress of the contest in front and on the left.
We hear that Griffin and Wadsworth, after gallantly charging the enemy, advancing over two lines of works, have met econd corps.
General Warren's command was still reduced to the two divisions of Crawford and Griffin and a brigade of Robinson's, General Wadsworth and Robinson being under command of Hancock.
The right of Hancock's forces, swinging on the left like a pivot, pushed on in advance of Griffin and Crawford, leaving a gap there.
The flank thus exposed was at once supported by General Wad