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different points on the field, parts of three brigades of the enemy,--Archer's, Davis', and Iverson's
No one of these brigades was captured entire, many of the mecomposed of Rousseau's and Negley's Divisions; the right wing, under McCook, of Davis', Johnson's, and Sheridan's Divisions; the left wing, under Crittenden, of Woodps.
Under this reorganization the corps contained three divisions,--Johnson's, Davis' and Baird's,--and each division contained three brigades.
Some of the brigadel Palmer, the corps commander, was relieved upon his own request, and General Jefferson C. Davis, the commander of the Second Division, was appointed by the Presidente Twentieth Corps. Major-General A. McD.
McCook, its former commander, and Generals Davis, Johnson, and Sheridan, its former generals of division, were retained in c8 wounded, and 1,215 missing; total, 4,336. One brigade — Post's (1st) Brigade, Davis' (1st) Division — was not engaged, being absent guarding a supply train.