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g proved how dangerous it was to cross the open space intervening between the enemy and Ziegler's Grove, Meade hastens to the left in the hope of taking the offensive on that side.
This wing is composed of the Fifth corps and the largest portion of the Sixth.
The former, which is fortified on the summit of the Round Tops and at their bases, can reinforce Crawford's division, which has suffered but little as yet. Sedgwick, after leaving two brigades east of the Great Round Top-Shaler's near Geary, and Neill's along Rock Creek — has still three brigades (one under Wright and two under Wheaton) that have not yet been engaged, and which occupy the space comprised between the Fifth corps and McGilvery's artillery.
Wheaton on the left and Wright on the right are formed several lines deep.
On their right Caldwell's division, by order of Hancock, holds itself ready to take the offensive.
Among the troops that have suffered, like it, on the previous day, there are many which, encouraged