st mentioned number has the report of Brig.-Gen. James H. Lane, accompanied by several letters: one n, Thirty-third North Carolina, addressed to Gen. Lane, refering, as do the other mentioned lettersctober, 1864, Heth's division and two brigades, Lane's and McGowan's, of my division, were placed in--and McComb's brigades of Heth's division, and Lane's and Thomas' of my division; on parts of my lilines had been broken.
Portions of Thomas' and Lane's brigades were in and near Batteries Gregg and.
I learned that the lines had been pierced on Lane's front near Boisseau's house and at a point toeached the plank road in small numbers.
One of Lane's regiments was forced back to the Southside rolong our captured lines and on the plank road.
Lane's and Thomas' men were reformed — in all about by this fire.
The fragments of Thomas' and Lane's brigades were withdrawn; a portion placed in try being composed of detachments from Thomas', Lane's and Harris' brigades the number from Thomas'