arge—the command for some months after devolving upon Colonel DuBose—and his brigade much cut up. Law's brigade, commanded by Colonel Perry, came immediately to the rear of Benning, but fortunately t Alabama, and one Texas, commanded respectively by Brigadier-Generals Jenkins, Benning, Anderson, Law, and Gregg.
As during the campaign Generals Jenkins and Gregg were killed and Generals Benning and Law wounded, their brigades were commanded respectively by Colonel Bratton, afterwards made Brigadier-General, Colonel Bass, Colonel DuBose, afterwards made Brigadier-General, and Colonel Perry, an by the enemy.
Leaving two of my brigades in my thin lines to hold them, with the three others (Law's Alabamians, Anderson's Georgians, and Gregg's Texans) I went to his assistance, and relieving l Law being wounded just above the eye), but the slaughter of the enemy was appalling.
My men of Law's brigade (against whom the most determined attack was made) stated that they could see the dust