teries; Anderson's old brigade, under Brig.-Gen. Micah Jenkins, with Corse's and Hunton's Virginia b Kemper, with two brigades in his front line, Jenkins and Hunter, supported by Corse; then D. R. Jotion of Warrenton.
The brigades of Evans and Jenkins were composed of South Carolina troops; the Fon, and many other gallant spirits.
Brigadier-General Jenkins was wounded at the head of his briga regretted that there are no reports from General Jenkins of record, or any one of his regimental corting Hood, came into battle connection with Jenkins.
This was particularly the case when the gunin his report gives the line of program which Jenkins observed, as passing beyond the Chinn house a of the theater of battle for the brigades of Jenkins and Evans and the Hampton legion infantry, unelfth, 145; Thirteenth, 144; Fourteenth, 65.
Jenkins' brigade— First (Hagood's), 124; Second Rifletenant Youngblood of the Fourteenth, and Lieutenant Jenkins of the Rifles, were wounded.