ery alone succeeded in getting safely over.
Richardson, who, after having tried in vain to restore ain struck into the Williamsburg road, while Richardson had joined Sedgwick near Fair Oaks.
These t Couch, with a portion of those of Casey and Richardson.
Hooker, being thus sustained, re-entered Oter order in their retreat.
At this instant Richardson
This is a slight error.
The brigades werons, disposed as follows from right to left: Richardson, who had just been joined by the two brigadeen Heintzelman and the railroad, and that of Richardson on the other side of this line.
Still more here Sedgwick's right formed a junction with Richardson's left.
The latter first, and then Sedgwick railroad and the Williamsburg road; that of Richardson had fallen back so as to form a right angle as barely time to throw Hancock's brigade on Richardson's right, to extend his line by resting it upnged by Sumner's corps,—first Sedgwick, then Richardson, on his right.
Farther on, the course of We