sh, the crossing at Thedford's ford, and with Preston's division, without opposition, the crossing left of the line.
With this view I deployed Preston's division on a line extending from an abruptfternoon he, in person, ordered me to conduct Preston's division— leaving one regiment and a batter right receding, forming an obtuse angle with Preston's line.
In his front was a heavy breastwork road to the left, and slightly in advance of Preston, and close by the burnt house (Poe's), near w the Lieutenant-General commanding, I ordered Preston, with Gracie's and Kelly's brigades, to suppobrigade, under the able direction of Brigadier-General Preston, the first two brigades passed KershI refer you to the graphic report of Brigadier-General Preston.
While this action was progressin whom they so gallantly led.
Upon Brigadier-General Preston and his brigade commanders, Brigadie the reputation they had won on many fields.
Preston's troops emulated their example and equalled