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tack upon our position on the left.
9 A. M.
General Meade just moved out; Doubleday supports him; Meade's skirmishers, however, engaged at once with enemy's skire's right.
Men fight well, driving the enemy.
Meade has suffered severely.
Doubleday to Meade's left — not engaged.
2:15 P. M.
Gibbon and Meade driven back frfear another advance on the enemy on our left cannot be made this afternoon.
Doubleday's division will replace Meade's as soon as it can be collected, and, if it bef the command, General Meade's, led the attack; at nine o'clock it moved with Doubleday's division in support; at eleven o'clock it had been moved a half mile, and heman for a correct understanding of the movement of these two divisions.
General Doubleday's division performed good service in resisting the attack of the enemy onort of General Reynolds will give more in detail the work of General Meade's, Doubleday's, and Gibbon's troops.
The Sixth corps, the strongest and one of the most