him on his left, climbs the heights, strikes the Thirty-third and Second Ohio and brings on the desperate fight.
Maney and Stewart being close at hand, but not near enough for the desperate odds, for Jackson has 5,000 men under his brigadiers (Terrill and Webster). Maney files to the right to get upon the bluff, forms line of battle, and moves to the left to take position on the right of Savage, and enters the fight.
A soldier falls here, and now there; the battle is on. The Sixteenth Tennear.
Wood is engaged furiously with the right of Rousseau.
Cheatham's old division, assisted by Wharton moves steadily forward—gun after gun is taken.
The Nineteenth Indiana Light Artillery battery loses four pieces and Parson loses seven.
Terrill and Webster and Jackson successively fall, and the division is irretrievably driven back.
Starkweather moves to the assistance of the broken columns, but under the driving blows of Maney and Stewart, following the movement of Wharton and Donels