hed and in command of an improvised division — Brown, Bate, and Clayton.
They were worthy leaders fficers and men. It being necessary to relieve Brown, Bate's brigade was brought up, and received ba fire as had successively greeted Clayton and Brown.
Attacking, however, with their usual impetuor of a mile in that direction.
This was done, Brown's brigade forming on the front line on the creallel ridge, and Bate with his left resting on Brown's right, his line extending obliquely to the r with General Wood that he should advance with Brown, which was done without delay.
Clayton was moo advanced to be within supporting distance of Brown and Wood.
For several hundred yards both linereet's staff, to move forward upon the enemy.
Brown's brigade, now commanded by Colonel Cook, of tarnes' battery, of Wright's brigade, is due to Brown's Brigade.
The flag of the Fifty-first Tennes. Low, A. A., Inspector-General, and Lieutenant James T. Brown, A. D. C., for the services rendered