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ll, and when halted upon the road by the tidings that the day had already been won, despite of its not-to-be-doubted patriotism, could not entirely conceal its chagrin. The two brigades in this camp, weakened by the absence of the several corps on detached service (he 5th having been reduced from this cause and from sickness to scarce one-third of its legitimate number) I posted in the following order: The 1st Georgia regiment upon our extreme right, under command of Major Thomoson, Colonel Ramsey (he field officer of the day) having been cut off from us by the enemy while discharging his duty upon the road; next to it was placed the 12th Georgia regiment--both of these regiments designed for the immediate command of Colonel Johnson. At an early moment I threw out what few mounted men were available under Capt. Sterrett, of the Churchville Cavalry, to different points along the valley upon our right for the purpose of bringing as timely notice of an approach by the enemy, and I a