Hill and James Longstreet.
That morning it was leading the division, and the 24th Infantry (Major Bentley commanding) was leading the brigade.
It was a beautiful morning.
Everybody was in fine spich in the rear of his division, but I should permit none of them to pass me. He also said if Major Bentley needed help he would send for my regiment and that I should transmit my orders to Colonel Joseph Mayo, commanding the 3rd Infantry, and next behind me. Soon after Bentley engaged the enemy, Generals Rosser and Dearing rode up at the head of Rosser's Cavalry Division, of which Dearing commanthe enemy saw our approach he evacuated the ford, and hid himself on the eminence just beyond.
Bentley had crossed when I got there, and I rode across and sought General Terry and asked for orders.ut the left of each of my companies where the right should be?
Yes, yes, but it is quicker.
Bentley is ready to charge, and has orders to close dress on your left.
You must close on the creek.