lm by the side of Cleburne, Stovall in the centre, and Adams at the extreme right, on both sides of the Reed's Bridge and Kelly's farm road.
Hill's corps is thus collected together.
Forrest will support the attack on that side by dismounting a part of his cavalry, as on the previous day. Cleburne, and behind him Walker's two small divisions, and also farther on their left the two lines of Cheatham's division, confine themselves to the rectifying of their lines.
There are yet left to Longstreet Buckner's and Hood's corps and Hindman's division, Wheeler's cavalry having remained above Gordon's Mills to watch the upper Chickamauga.
A gap about a half a mile wide has been made between the two brigades of Wright and Clayton in consequence of the retreat of the former and forward movement of the latter.
This gap separates the two wings of the Confederate army.
The right of the troops entrusted to Longstreet is formed by Stewart's division.
The latter, finding himself in the evening me