harles Treichel, Provost-Marshal.
Lieutenant J. R. West, Chief of Ambulance.
Lieutenant Thos. Arrowsmith, Aid-de-Camp.
Lieutenant T. J. Gregg, Aid-de-Camp.
Captain F. Wilson, Signal Officer.
First Brigade--Brigadier General Henry E. Davies.
Staff.--Captain F. L. Tremain, Assistant Adjutant-General.
Captain H. S. Thomas, Assistant Inspector-General.
Captain W. Harper, Aid.
Lieutenant E. H. Parry, Aid.
Major W. B. Rezner, Brigade Surgeon.
Second Brigade--Acting Brigadier-General J. Irving Gregg.
A Southern account.
headquarters, Gordon's brigade, Brook Church, May 13, 1864.
I will attempt a brief detail of the recent raid that emerged from Grant's lines on the Rapidan.
Being one of the pursuing party our means of observation will not ensure a general detail of the pursuit, as, writing from the spur of the moment, we shall confine ourselves more particularly to the minutiae of the operations of our own brigade.
While our cavalry were occupying the r