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s divided into three great corps: Hardee's on the right, Hood in the centre, and Polk on the left.
All the reinforcements brought up from Mobile, Savannah, and otherew rations here for seventy-nine thousand men — so says an escaped officer.
General Polk holds their right, corresponding to our left, General Hood the centre, and G regiment, a very intelligent officer, who estimates the rebel forces, including Polk, who is here, at fifty-five thousand.
He informs me that their only loss in Genouts.
We have in front Hood's and Hardee's corps, with about twenty thousand of Polk's army commanded by the Parson in person.
Among the General officers holding comands, are Johnston, Hardee, Hood, Stevenson, Pat Cleburne and Gibson, Bates and Polk.
Major Landgraeber's report.
Report of the battalion of artillery of e loss upon the attacking party.
Our loss was not large.
On Tuesday morning, Polk's corps lying in front of the Twenty-third corps, made a dash at the Second and