y near this house.
Let us glance around now, and see who occupy this little knob from which we are gazing upon the animated scene we have described.
Since Napoleon stood in the midst of his marshals, on that eventful morning when the sun of Austerlitz broke from behind the eastern walls of the world, scarcely had a more distinguished group of personages been collected together than that which I there beheld.
There was General Smith, Chief of the Engineer Department, a useful, industrious,n on Bald Knob the movement of the rebel legions toward the left, and in an instant perceived their advantage.
In the face of three such leaders as Baird, Wood, and Sheridan, Bragg was repeating the old fatal error which lost the allied armies Austerlitz, and the Union Chickamauga — he was weakening his centre and making a flank movement in the presence of his enemy.
In an instant Granger and Palmer hurled Wood and Sheridan down the slope of the ridge upon which they had been posted, and Bai