Centreville, as well as my own and that of Col. Davies, midway between the two--these three brigadg the report of our artillery on the right, Col. Davies's brigade made its appearance, with him at enemy's Headquarters — might be obtained.
Col. Davies brought up with him the rifled 20-pounder bcing the enemy there, which I had done, and Col. Davies went, as I supposed, to his brigade.
Soon ut delay sent a staff officer to order forward Davies' brigade, but whilst this officer was executing my instructions Davies sent word he wanted a reserve regiment forward, that the enemy, some 3,000,em, but my efforts were vain.
The attack on Davies' position caused painful apprehension for the placed Hunt's and Edwards's batteries, two of Davies' regiments being in reserve to support them.
At the time the attack was made on Davies' flank, the regiments of the brigade engaged psir, very respectfully, your ob't serv't, Thos. A. Davies, Col. Comd'g 2d Brigade, Fifth Division,