ng the afternoon; but although the railroad had promised to deliver all four brigades in Manassas by sunrise Saturday, the 20th, only two more regiments, the 7th and 8th Ga., of Bartow's brigade — about 1400 men — were sent.
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The trouble was that the railroad had no relays of employees, and was unable to hold its men at constant work.
On the 20th Johnston himself went with the 4th Ala., the 2d Miss., and two companies of the 11th Miss., about a thousand men. These weehind Ewell, on our right flank.
Jackson's brigade also arrived and was placed in reserve behind Mitchell's Ford.
On the 20th Johnston arrived in person, also the 7th and 8th Ga. of Bartow's brigade, the 4th Ala., and the 2d Miss. of Bee's. These te bringing Johnston's army, and reported the facts and his conclusions to McDowell, not only on the 19th, but again on the 20th.
The suggestions were received very coolly, and no steps were taken to find out.
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