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in supporting distance, leaving Reynold's and Brannan's still to the west of the mountain.
By dad by dawn of the 19th of September in placing Brannan's and Baird's divisions in position.
The gate road, where he placed Palmer, Reynold and Brannan, in line, leaving Johnson and Baird well in fFederal.
Left wing, Major-General Thomas:
Johnsreserve, which, strengthened by brigades from Brannan's and Negley's divisions, operated against Steet, Wood's division, Van Cleve, a portion of Brannan's, Davis's and Sheridan's, and Wilder's briga The rear of Wood's division and the right of Brannan's were driven in confusion to the right, Daviht, at about right angles to his front line.
Brannan was placed next on the right, and west of theemy's line, while Preston's division assailed Brannan's position, and the line to Brannan's left.
While these movements on the left were taking shape, General Polk prepared for a renewal of the a
Total, infantry and artillery21,688
Left wing--Major-General Hood.
Laws's division about3,000
Total, infantry and artillery8,219
In reserve, not engaged, two brigades, Preston's3,270
Federal force September 19th, General Rosecranz Commanding.
Left wing--Major-General Thomas.
Van Cleve, two brigades2,300
Right wing--General Orittenden and McCook.
Barnes's brigade, about1,800
One brigade, Sheridan's division1,373