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ld in force. General Whiting was directed to move to the left and take position on the Poindexter Farm, General D. H. Hill to take position further to the right, Taylor's brigade, of General Ewell's division, to move forward between the divisions of Hill and Whiting, the remainder of Ewell's division to remain in rear of the firs division reached it, orders came to turn more to the left, as heavy firing was heard in that direction. Before arriving at the field of battle, I was met by Colonel Taylor, of General Lee's staff, sent to bring up reinforcements, and received directions for the march of my division. On nearing the battle-ground, I ordered the Fone's brigades. We were delayed by meeting our troops--first, Cobb's brigade, and afterwards Jackson's troops; and I had no one to show us what road to take. Major Taylor, A. D. C. to General Lee, came up, and conducted us to the front, where I reported to General Lee. I found Armstead's and Wright's brigades on front line, exa