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ith my brigade-consisting of the Fourth Georgia volunteers, Colonel P. H. Colquitt commanding; the Twenty-fourth South Carolina volunteers, Coral Hill. I did so; the brigade being now under command of Colonel P. H. Colquitt, of the Fourth Georgia volunteers, he at once reported and r two brigades also to General Hill, which was promptly done. Colonel Colquitt having his instructions from General Hill, advanced his commane of the first brigade with the brigades of Ector and Wilson. Colonel Colquitt, upon advancing a few hundred yards in the woods before him, fired before the galling fire of the enemy. The direction taken by Colquitt was also too far to the right, and the left regiment (Twenty-fourt direction, as the position of the enemy was not discovered by Colonel Colquitt until the left was within a short distance of the breastworks;wever, changed front sufficiently to become directly engaged. Colonel Colquitt did not reconnoitre the position, as he was instructed that ou