Well the Rebels are putting pressure on my Union forces all over the map. My excursion across the river is ending badly as Rebel infantry has arrived and is steadily pushing me backwards. Had one regiment rout behind enemy lines and they will end up in Andersonville. Meanwhile I'm skedaddling the cavalry out of there as fast as I can afford to. The guns have all been pulled back and set up on my side of the river to provide support and I've sent in Von Gilsa's brigade as support to help everyone else back across. I'm also sending Slocum's entire Corps that direction as I'm afraid that he'll try and force a crossing there since he has so much infantry there. 5th Corps is being pulled back as the Rebels have flanked them on the right and basically destroyed a brigade there. We'll get back to form a good line but it will be costly. Sending in a couple of divisions from 3rd Corps in support. 3rd Corps troops along with a couple of brigades from 1st Corps have relieved 2nd Corps. However the Rebels are pressuring the right flank of 1st Corps that 2nd Corps will be sent there with no time to rest. I'm hoping that the Rebels are getting just as tired as I am and will stop for the night allowing me to reposition everyone. Sorry I couldn't get a screenshot posted but I couldn't grab one for some reason.