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f Johnson's brigade, and Bledsoe's First Missouri battery on the right of Gregg's brigade. Captain Culpeper's three guns were held in reserve in rear of McNair's brigade. Law's division was posted of the men under their commands. I have to regret that no report has been furnished me by Captain Culpeper, commanding the battery attached to McNair's brigade; and I also regret that neither this bght, the brigade was placed in position in the rear of Gregg's brigade, with the artillery, Captain Culpeper's three pieces, and the Thirty-ninth North Carolina regiment, Colonel Coleman, and Twenty-f the ammunition beginning to fail, they rejoined the other two regiments. The artillery, Captain Culpeper commanding, supported the advance of the brigade so long as it was safe to fire, and then, ffered much from a flanking fire, arising from tardy support on our left. The artillery, Captain Culpeper, having assisted in repulsing the enemy at half-past 9 A. M., was placed in position by Gen