road, Thomas' assaulting column reached the parapet, where Brigadier-General Harker was shot down mortally wounded, and Brigadier-General Dani.
Thomas to Sherman, 10:45 A. M., June 27: Yours received.
General Harker's brigade advanced to within twenty paces of the enemy's breast-works, and was repulsed with canister at that range, General Harker losing an arm. General Wagner's brigade of Newton's division, supporting General Harker, was so severely handled that it is compelled to reorganize.
Colonel Mitchell's brigade of Davis' division captured one line oo thousand officers and men, among them two brigade commanders, General Harker, commanding a brigade in Newton's division, and Colonel Dan. Mcwounded, besides some six or eight field officers killed.
Both General Harker and Colonel McCook were wounded on the enemy's breastworks, and beyond measure the loss of two such young and dashing officers; as Harker and Dan. McCook.
McPherson lost two or three of his young and dash