ions of the army separated by the river.
The centre, consisting of Smith's, Sedgwick's, and Richardson's divisions, stretched in line of batays and nights.
The world never witnessed more devoted courage.
Smith's division at Gouldin's, on the edge of Chickahominy valley, and Se highest degree.
Burns was working a dozen Napoleons and Parrotts; Smith's batteries were hurling shells fast and furious, and the rebel guno'clock this anxiety was relieved by an awful cannonade opened upon Smith's position from two forts in Garnett's field, a battery at Fitz-Joh by comparing it with the right lines and angles of a chess-board.
Smith fell back to the woods, a few hundred yards, and threw up breastworus into the river that night.
They opened fiercely with shell upon Smith's division at White Oak bridge.
After burning down the house of a er found.
Sumner, and Heintzelman, and Franklin, and Hooker, and Smith, and Sedgwick, and Franklin, and McCall — Hancock, and Davidson, an