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Others were sick, and others again were the fragments of the broken regiments--103d, 104th, and other Pennsylvania regiments — for it is only simple justice to say that the Pennsylvanians were in the majority in this stream.
Casey's division, however, was composed in a very large degree of Pennsylvania troops.
Gens Keyes and Couch both endeavored to arrest this rearward stream — at first by moral session, but subsequently by a guard.
Lieut. Eggleston, the efficient Provost Maes, eventually became the centre.
The enemy reinforced and again advance
After the brilliant fight of the 28d Pennsylvania, which we have described above, the enemy brought up a large reinforcement of fresh troops, and advanced again in the he Sixty-first Pennsylvania, were all killed Colonels McDartey, of the Ninety-third Pennsylvania, Rowley, of the 102d. Pennsylvania; Van Wyck, of the Fifty-sixth New York; and Hunt, of the Ninety-second New York, were wounded.
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o the right, in advance, and resting on the Nine-Mile road, was the Twenty-Third Pennsylvania, and behind it the First Long Island.
The Thirty-first and Sixty-first Pennsylvania, and the First Chasseurs were also on the right, towards Fair Oak Statas weakened, but fell back, fighting, and Col. Neile, with his colors and less than a hundred men, formed on the First Long Island, the next regiment to his line.
Still the enemy came on,
And in a few minutes later, our whole right was in h Brady's battery (farther to the right) kept up a rapid fire.
Soon the 36th New York, the 7th Massachusetts, the 1st, Long Island, the 1st Chasseurs, the 61st, 31st, 33d, and 102d Pennsylvania, the 62d New York, and the 10th Massachusetts, were alle-Mile road; but he had gained too much to give it up easily, and he tried again; and again our line gave way. The 1st Long Island broke; but two of Jameson's regiments — the 57th and 63d Pennsylvania--would have more than retrieved it. Col. Campbel