pendicular to our brigade front.
There was an opening between the right of General Baird's division and the left of Colonel Mitchell's brigade.
Capt. T. Wiseman, a was to fill the gap between the left of the Sixtieth Illinois and the right of Baird's division.
Striking the creek above mentioned in a very difficult place, thisight flank, pressed eagerly forward.
Finding a gap between our brigade and General Baird's right flank, Major Burnett threw his regiment toward the left, filled the gap, and tfus effectually secured the flank of General Baird's right brigade.
After entering the woods, said brigade (Colonel Este's) seems to have been greatly re of the woods in perfect order.
Here Colonel Este, commanding a brigade in General Baird's division, called on Colonel Grower for support, his brigade having got ins but just to say that by the gallantry of those two regiments the right of General Baird's division was saved from defeat — a defeat which might have proved disastr