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e's corps not being sufficiently strong, it had been provided that Gladden's brigade, of Bragg's corps, should occupy his right. This line ey, and before seven o'clock his column was also put in motion; and Gladden's and Withers's other brigades were placed in line of battle, in dConfederate array: The front line, composed of the Third Corps and Gladden's brigade, was under Hardee, and extended from Owl Creek to Lick Centre. The interval, on his right, to Lick Creek, was occupied by Gladden's brigade, detached from Bragg, and put under Hardee's command forhe battle. Hardee's three brigades numbered 6,789 effectives, and Gladden added 2,235 more — an effective total in the front line of 9,024. brigade, 2,208 strong, was drawn up three hundred yards in rear of Gladden, its left on the Bark road. Chalmers's brigade was on Jackson's right, en echelon to Gladden's brigade, with its right on a fork of Lick Creek. Clanton's cavalry was in rear of Chalmers's, with pickets to
an's right brigade, under Colonel Shaver, and Gladden's brigade, burst in upon Prentiss's division.. It was not eight o'clock when Shaver's and Gladden's strong line fell fiercely upon them. Here assailed by Chalmers's brigade, which was on Gladden's right. Here the Eighteenth Wisconsin, 1,00e first assault upon Prentiss's division, General Gladden, who led the attacking brigade, fell mortnt an Irishman and two yards of red flannel. Gladden's death was a serious loss. It has been che centre and right by the dashing charges of Gladden's, Wood's, and Hindman's brigades. The ce and Jackson's fresh brigade on their right. Gladden's brigade, which had suffered severely in its to its front. General Johnston, coming upon Gladden's brigade at this time, ordered it to charge;ens's brigade to Gibson's right; the next was Gladden's, and then Jackson's brigade. When Breckinrof Snake Creek. The battle was renewed by Gladden's gallant brigade, now commanded by Colonel D
kson's, which had fallen to pieces in the night, were there. The regiments of Gladden's brigade were represented by small bands of one or two hundred men, under various commanders. Colonel Deas, with 224 men of Gladden's brigade, was aided by the Fourth Kentucky, which had become detached from Trabue's brigade. In a charge heed and wounded was much greater. Besides the commander in-chief, and Brigadier-General Gladden, there was a great number of regimental officers killed. Bragg had te, was wounded; and Colonel Dan Adams, and Colonel Deas, who in turn succeeded Gladden, were also wounded. The long list of field and company officers, and of brave Major-General Hardee, was constituted of his corps, augmented on his right by Gladden's brigade, of Major-General Bragg's corps, deployed in line of battle, with thable soldier and captain was lost to the service of the country, when Brigadier-General Gladden, commanding First Brigade, Withers's division, Second Army Corps, die