nd of the whole army.
Beauregard had the centre; Braxton Bragg and Hardee the wings.
Polk, Breckinridge, Cheatham and others held subordinate commands.
On Thursday Johnston issued a proclamation to the army, announcing to them in grandiloquent terms that he was about to lead them against the invaders, and that they would soon cetermination had been expressed to land Buell's forces at Hamburgh, when they arrived, and thus make all safe.
It was unfortunate, of course, that Beauregard and Johnston did not wait for us to perfect our pleasing arrangements.
When the rebels marched out from Corinth, a couple of brigades (rumored to be under the command of Bd. A. Parrott; Sixth Indiana, Col. Crittenden; Third Kentucky, (Louisville Legion;) battalions Fifteenth, Sixteenth and Nineteenth regulars. Second brigade, Brig.-Gen. Johnston; Thirty-second Indiana, Col. Willich; Thirty-ninth Indiana, Col. Harrison; Forty-ninth Ohio, Col. Gibson. Third brigade, Col. Kirk, Thirty-fourth Illinois,