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o composed of three brigades, commanded by General Mathias, Colonel G. B. Baum, of the Fifty-sixth Illinois, and Colonel J. J. Alexander, of the Fiftieth Indiana. The Second and Fourth divisions were started for Vicksburgh the moment I was notifi at Chickamauga. As soon as possible, the following dispositions were made: The brigades of Colonels Cockrell and Alexander and General Lightburn were to hold our hill as the key point; General Corse, with as much of his brigade as could opera's hill, and Captain Wood his Napoleon battery on General Lightburn's; also, two guns of Dillon's battery were with Colonel Alexander's brigade. The suddenness of the attack disconcerted the men, and, exposed as they were in the open field, they ty-sixth Illinois; C. E. Wolcott, Forty-sixth Ohio; J. A. Williamson, Fourth Iowa; G. B. Baum, Fifty-sixth Illinois; J. J. Alexander, Fifty-ninth Indiana. My personal staff, as usual, have served their country with fidelity and credit to themselves