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the best troops, with the dashing corps of G. W. Smith and Longstreet at its head, commenced a fur by Generals Joe Johnston, Huger, Magruder, G. W. Smith Whiting, Anderson, and other educated gener front force enough to occupy the division. Gen. Smith was to march to the junction of the New-Bridand punctual movement of the troops. Those of Smith, Hill and Longstreet were in position early enmployed in this attack, with the division of Gen. Smith, that I might be on a part of the field wherreporting that it was pressing on with vigor. Smith's troops were at once moved forward. The prder, moved on to cooperate with Longstreet. Gen. Smith was desired to hasten up with all the troops of the thirty-first. The troops engaged by Gen. Smith were, undoubtedly, from the other side of thar by in reserve. President Davis, Gens. Lee, Smith, Longstreet, Stuart, and other commanding geneot, Dr. E. S. Gallard, Medical Director to General Smith's corps, was severely wounded in the arm. [10 more...]
To the officers commanding my several regiments and detached companies who had any opportunity to be in the engagement, my acknowledgments are especially due--Lieut.--Colonel Swinney, of the Thirty-second; Col. McLean, of the Seventy-fifth; Col. Smith, of the Fifty-third; Col. Lee, of the Fifty-fifth; Col. Cantwell, of the Eighty-second; Capt. De Beck, of the First Ohio artillery, and Capt. Blakeslee, of company A, Connecticut cavalry, commanding my guard. To the officers of my Staff also Ridge formed a background of indescribable beauty. General Schenck was assigned the right. His forces were disposed as follows: at his left was the Eighty-second Ohio, Col. Cantwell; next came the Fifty-fifth Ohio, Col. Lee; Seventy-third, Col. Smith; Seventy-fifth, Col. McLean, while the Thirty-second Ohio, Col. Ford, held the extreme right. The centre, under the command of the intrepid Milroy, had the Third Virginia, Lieut.-Col. Thompson commanding, on the left; next the Fifth Virginia,