lars, Sixty-fourth Georgia Volunteers, First Florida Battalion, and Bonaud's Battalion as the Second brigade, under command of Colonel George tenant-Colonel Hopkins, commanding, First Florida battalion, and Major Bonaud, commanding Bonaud's battalion to fall into line on the left, inBonaud's battalion to fall into line on the left, in the direction of the enemy's heaviest firing.
After I had ordered these reinforcements, and they were some distance on the way to the front, wagons, which, after much delay, had arrived upon the field.
Major Bonaud's battalion came upon the field, followed soon after by the Twenrst Florida Battalion, Lieutenant-Colonel C. F. Hopkins commanding; Bonaud's Battalion, Major A. Bonaud commanding; Guerard's Light Battery, CMajor A. Bonaud commanding; Guerard's Light Battery, Captain Jno. M. Guerard commanding, was drawn up in line of battle behind the entrenchments near Olustee station, about 10 o'clock A. M. About
Lieutenant S. K. Collins, Company E, wounded in face, slightly.
Bonaud's battalion Georgia Volunteers.
Lieutenant G. W. Hall, Company D