the lower fords, as he did, but nevertheless Longstreet was kept at Gordonsville in case the Federalk the old turnpike and Hill the Plank Road.
Longstreet was hastening from Gordonsville.
The troops of Longstreet, on the one side, and of Burnside, on the other, arrived on the field after exhaustin Sedgwick and Warren, while A. P. Hill, with Longstreet close behind, was pushing forward on the Oraby his personal presence, and the arrival of Longstreet, had restored order and courage in the ranksonly be persuaded to retire by the pledge of Longstreet that his advancing force would win the covett, had fallen by the fire of his own men, so Longstreet and his staff, galloping along the Plank Road it to fall back three-quarters of a mile.
Longstreet now advanced with the rest of his corps.
Th struck the officers.
When the smoke lifted Longstreet and Jenkins were down — the former seriouslyes through which they had to make their way. Longstreet's corps behind their entrenchments acknowled