ining brigades of McLaws, and by Anderson's division, and Alexander's battalion of artillery.
Jackson's three divisions nu
Wilcox's and Mahone's brigades, with Jordan's battery of Alexander's battalion, moved upon the former; Wright's, Perry's, and Posey's brigades, with the remainder of Alexander's battalion, on the latter.
McLaws's division moved by the Pike, and LeeJackson, with his three divisions, his own artillery, and Alexander's battalion of Longstreet's corps, were assigned to make of Stuart, Maj. McClellan, his adjutant, writes:—
Col. Alexander's reconnoissance convinced Stuart that Hazel Grove wason the field—Pegram's, Carter's, Jones's, McIntosh's, and Alexander's. Perhaps 50 guns in all were employed here, but less th guns of the Washington Arty.
and two under Lt. Brown of Alexander's Bat., were distributed from the Plank road to Hazel Crerson's Div.1831,0492151,4858,500
Total Res. Arty.11