him to go in quest of Longstreet.
After proceeding about a mile, we discovered Hood's division at a halt; it was said, waiting for MecLaws, whose division had takeno know most about that campaign on our side, are Lieutenant-Generals Longstreet, Hood, Anderson and Early, and Major-Generals McLaws, Heth, Wilcox and Trimble; Generatt's division, Heth's division, and two brigades of Pender's division advanced.
Hood and McLaws were not moved forward.
There were nine divisions in the army; sevenut General Longstreet told him it was of no use — the attack had failed.
Had Hood and McLaws followed or supported Picket, and Pettigrew and Anderson have been ad P. Hill.
The former embraced four divisions-McLaws', Anderson's, Pickett's and Hood's; and the latter the same number, viz: A. P. Hill's, Early's, Rodes' and Johnsounder A. P. Hill.
The First corps embraced the divisions of McLaws, Pickett and Hood; the Second those of Early, Rodes and Johnson; and the Third those of Anderson,