dvanced French's division on what had hitherto been the left, and Richardson's division still further to the left to oppose the Confederate centre under Hill.
Richardson had got handsomely to work, and French had cleared his front, when disaster again fell on the fatal right.
At t must now look a little to Sumner's other divisions—to French and Richardson on his centre and left.
When the pressure on Sedgwick became thebrigades of Hill, they received the attacks both of French and of Richardson's division to his left.
The latter division was composed of thfire as they marched in parallel lines by the flank.
Report of Richardson's division.
(This report is made by General Hancock, who was assigned to the command on the field of Antietam-General Richardson having been mortally wounded during the forenoon.) The race was won by Cross.derates showed a very bold front, however, and, deceived by this, Richardson contented himself with taking up a position to hold what was alr
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