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The Daily Dispatch: November 17, 1863., [Electronic resource], Mede's official report of the battle of Gettysburg. (search)
same time sending orders to the Eleventh corps, General Howard, to advance as promptly as possible. Soon after making his dispositions for attack, Major-General Reynolds fell mortally wounded, the command of the First corps devolving on Major-General Doubleday, and the command of the field on Major General Howard, who arrived about this time (11:30 A. M.) with the Eleventh corps, then commanded by Major-General Shurz. Major-General Howard pushed forward two divisions of the Eleventh corps to se, forming for an assault on our left and left centre. An assault was made with great firmness, directed principally against the point occupied by the 2d corps, and was repelled with equal firmness by the troops of that corps, supported by Doubleday's division and Stannard's brigade, of the 1st corps. During this assault both Major-General Hancock, commanding the left centre, and Brigadier-General Gibson, commanding the 2d corps, were severely wounded. This terminated the battle