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nking on the left, which succeeded so well with the Eighth corps, was again to be tried on the Nineteenth corps. General Wright at this time sent for the Sixth corps to come up, and General Emory superintended the formation of his corps into linhad come up from their position on the right. It was then under command of Brigadier-General James B. Ricketts. General Wright, on seeing the Nineteenth corps so completely outflanked, ordered both the Sixth and Nineteenth corps to fall back to being the pivot on which the line swung. A short time before this movement was executed a musket ball had struck Major-General Wright on the chin. It was a flesh wound, and for some time afterwards bled very freely. General Wright made very lightGeneral Wright made very light of his injury, and continued on the field, close up to his main line of battle, during the whole day. The efforts made by the rebels to break our left and centre were terrible. There appeared to be no cessation to the yelling of the combatants