s — the hottest of the small-arm fire being on the left wing, which was held by Stahl's brigade, consisting of five regiments.
The bayonet and canister-shot were usy Col. Cluseret, in addition to the Garibaldi Guards, of Blenker's division.
Gen. Stahl's brigade, consisting of the Eighth, Forty-first, and Forty-fifth New-York, ae slaught<*>r of Friday, formed the left.
Gen. Bohlen's brigade was to support Stahl, while the remainder of Blenker's division was a reserve.
Thus formed, the lkirmishers and pressing the enemy before them.
Now let us turn to the left.
Stahl, with his German regiments, had long since disappeared.
Capt. Dilger's mountaieding waves, told too well of the work of carnage and death then going on.
Gen. Stahl, with the Eighth New-York, Col. Wutschel, and Forty-first, Col. Von Gilsa, haas far as I am now able to say, as follows:
killed, wounded and missing.