left wing of the third line of battle; and Breckinridge's reserve the right wing.
Polk's other d the 6th, the first day of the battle.
Breckinridge's three brigades — a division, in fact, buttion, owing to the difficulty of the road.
Breckinridge had ridden forward to Monterey, and had metoon, General Johnston conferred with Bragg, Breckinridge, and other officers.
He halted that night , who had come up on the left, soon after.
Breckinridge's line was formed on Polk's right about theardee was not present, but Gilmer was), and Breckinridge, as taking part in it, and then furnishes tegard, General Polk, General Bragg, and General Breckinridge, are remembered as present, and Generalbe successful.
I was ordered to go for General Breckinridge, to see the state of his command; but higades on the Bark road, near Mickey's; and Breckinridge's on the road from Monterey toward the same eight hundred paces from Bragg's line; and Breckinridge, to the right of that road, was to give sup