ine on Polk's corps; Cheatham's the second; Breckinridge's division forms first line in Hardee's corlows:
Polk's corps and three brigades of Breckinridge's division, Hardee's corps at Murfreesboro.sult of necessity — left me no reserve; but Breckinridge's command on the right, not now threatened,, and in a short time our whole line except Breckinridge's command was warmly engaged.
From this tiforcements for him were ordered from Major-General Breckinridge, but the orders were countermanded, ement.
The orders from the two brigades of Breckinridge were countermanded, whilst dispositions werfor the concentration of the whole of Major-Gen. Breckinridge's division in front of the position tforward, Anderson found himself in front of Breckinridge's infantry, and soon encountered the enemy'lost only three pieces of artillery, all in Breckinridge's repulse.
A number of stands of colors, nvision and brigade suffered, and in case of Breckinridge's division, the losses are reported separat