nce of Hanson's left.
Brigadier-General Jackson having reported to me with his command, was placed, by the direction of the Lieutenant-General Commanding, upon the east side of the Lebanon road, on commanding ground, a little in advance of the right of Brigadier-General Adams.
My division formed the front line of the right wing of the army.
Major-General Cleburne's division, drawn up some six hundred yardsin rear, formed the second line of the same wing, while the division of Major-General Mc-Cown, under the immediate direction of the General Commanding, composed the reserve.
My line extended from left to right along the edge of a forest, save an open space of four hundred yards, which was occupied by Wright's battery of Preston's brigade, with the Twentieth Tennessee in reserve to support it. An open field eight hundred yards in width extended along nearly the whole front of the line, and was bounded on the opposite side by a line of forest similar to that occupied by us. In