|McMichaels' troopers stop Smith's charge.|
|One of Rogers' regiments trying to regroup in the face of enemy fire|
As the turn ends, a larger brigade of Union infantry shuffles onto the table via the Jonestown Pike.
Turn 6: To the north, Rogers' troopers splash across Brittle's Run. One regiment is unable to brave the fierce fire of the line of Confederate defenders, but on the right, two regiments succeed in coming to grips with their foe. The first round of the melee is a draw. The second round, though, sees the Union cavalry overpower the rebs, driving them back fifty yards in disorder.
|Rogers fails in his attempt to break the rebel line.|
|The 5th U.S. in a hot duel with the 33rd Ga|
Ripley's Station and march directly to the support of McMichaels' cavalry.
|Parker's regiments advancing|
|Purdy's men firing into Rogers' disordered regiments.|
|Union infantry reading to attack south along the Jonestown Pike|
|Hart's brigade of infantry comes onto the table.|