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started for the battle field, some four miles distant, being joined but Generals Bragg and Beauregard. By 7 o'clock it had cleared off, but as yet nothing was heard of Breckinridge's brigade which was composted of the Kentuckian — Carrolls and Crittenden's commands. Gen. Hardee met us upon the field, and reported skirmishes with the enemy that morning. Another conference was held, and it was decided to await the arrival of the Breckinridge brigade. At 12 o'clock Gen. Johnston, followed bto the latest syllable of recorded time. His body was borne from the field by myself and three others of the staff. Breckinridge's reserve composed a division of seven or eight thousand men — his own brigade of gallant Kentuckian, and Crittenden's and Carroll's commands, who were placed under him a few days before the battle. All of our Generals were conspicuous for bravery and gallantry, but you must excuse a Kentuckian, who was an eye witness, for saying that Gen. Breckinridge's