d by the arrival at dusk of Warren's corps, two brigades of which — Miles' and Griffin's — took part in the closing assaults.
For three hours the fight raged furiouon, carried in the assaults of the 17th and 18th of June by his own troops and Griffin's division of Warren's corps, and had succeeded in constructing a heavy line orom the Baxter road, took part in the dreadful chorus.
On the Federal side, Griffin of Potter's division, not waiting for Wilcox, pushed forward his brigade, and note was unofficerlike and ungentlemanly. A. E. Burnside, Major-General.
Griffin, it is true, in obedience to orders to advance straight for Cemetery Hill, hadaptain D. A. Hinton, A. D. C., Adjutant Hugh Smith and other officers.
General S. G. Griffin, U. S. Volunteers, says: The rebels made a very desperate attack at thiwild cries: This assaulting column of the enemy came up, and we concluded--General Griffin and myself--that there was no use in holding it (the Crater) any longer, a