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The Daily Dispatch: November 17, 1863., [Electronic resource], Mede's official report of the battle of Gettysburg. (search)
ss he had accomplished, desisting from any further attack this day. About 7 o'clock P. M. Major-Generals Slocum and Sickles, with the Twelfth Corps and part of the Third, reached the ground, and took post on the right and left of the troops preAbout 3 P. M. I rode out to the extreme left to await the arrival of the 5th corps and post it, when I found that Major-General Sickles, commanding the 3d corps, not fully apprehending my instructions in regard to the position to be occupied, had ad front of the line of the 2d corps on a prolongation which it was designed his corps should rest. Having found Major-Gen. Sickles, I was explaining to him that he was too far in the advance, and discussing with him the propriety of withdrawing, successful efforts to secure it. Notwithstanding the stubborn resistance of the 3d corps, under Major-Gen. Birney, (Major-Gen. Sickles having been wounded early in the action.) superiority in numbers of corps of the enemy enabling him to outflank its