|Two regiments of Donnelly's Brigade deploy with a Battery|
to delay the Confederate pursuit.
|5th Conn has been chased off, but 1st Md, having seen|
off one CSA regiment (15th Ala) still manfully
holds its ground
|As Trimble's Brigade swings around to the right, Taylor's|
Louisianans take up the direct chase.
|Ashby's cavalry rallying, but 15th Alabama Infantry|
is still milling about in confusion/
|Munford's cavalry, reconstituted into a single body|
Takes up the pursuit on the left. Chew's flying
artillery engages Union counterparts on the ridge.
|1st Maryland breaks and runs. 28th N. Y. forms a brief backstop|
in front of the tavern to cover their fellow Ohioans' retreat
and the deployment of 27th Indiana close by the tavern itself.
|CSA pressing hard...|
|28th NY facing heavy odds - and feeling it!|
|Danger to the Union left. Munford's Cavalry threaten to cut off|
|The Union rearguard under heavy pressure.|
|Taylor and Trimble stepping up the pressure.|
|'Scrolling the table'|
|Action at the bridge. The fleeing 28th New York caught at the bridge|
by Munford's cavalry and decimated, along with the artillery of
|Action at the bridge. One union battery makes off; the other|
doesn't make it.
|27th Indiana fights on in grave danger of being cut off.|
|Munford's cavalry didn't come off unscathed, but captured a battery|
and what was left of a regiment.
|View from behind the creek. Two of Gordon's|
regiments form the rearguard, though there is little
left to cover.
|27th Indiana hastily making off. Though|
Confederate cavalry are close by, they are in no position to
hinder the Indianans' retreat.
To be continued...