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r the latter's assignment to command in Richmond, he was with Lieut. Gen. Early until August, when General Johnson, being exchanged, he atten0, 1864, should occur.
More properly Gordon's Brigade of Early's Division.
On that day, Early was in command of Hill's Corps, andEarly was in command of Hill's Corps, and Gordon was in command of Early's Division, and Col. Evans in command of Gordon's Brigade.
But both Gordon and Evans were promoted from thatEarly's Division, and Col. Evans in command of Gordon's Brigade.
But both Gordon and Evans were promoted from that day. brigade was in Gordon's division, and as I started for the brigade, General Gordon himself appeared, and when I told him my mission, heith him until he was relieved from the command of the corps and General Early was placed in command.
On the morning of the 13th or 14th ofgades did not suffer as much as General Steuart's—（Hays' brigade of Early's, and Stafford's brigade of Johnson's division were consolidated u that on the night of May 5th, the commander of Pegram's brigade of Early's division, which had been sent to extend our left, sent word to Ge