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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.19 (search)
nearly gone, when Hill asked leave to attack Hancock on our left, and Early's Brigade was to lead.lected and remained open. This by chance General Hancock had that morning discovered, and he promphe advantage thus promptly seized upon by General Hancock, they might at once have occupied the roa timid waiting and careful prudence, for when Hancock, appreciating the value of his find, sent bacefused to reinforce, but peremptorily ordered Hancock back, and he got no reinforcements till aftert, and was ready to go on when morning came. Hancock himself was preparing to retire. But Hill of Her Majesty's Scotch Fusileers, who was in Hancock's redoubt, and saw the charge, made himself ke upon them by these dashing soldiers. General Hancock declared that they should have immortal ws first two telegrams to Lincoln, pronouncing Hancock's conduct brilliant in the extreme. And in h counting Confederate soldiers, reported that Hancock had captured two colonels, two lieutenant-col[9 more...]