r Hardee's command for the battle.
Hardee's three brigades numbered 6,789 effectives, and Gladden added 2,235 more — an effective total in the front line of 9,024.
Bragg commanded the second line.
Withers's division formed his right wing.
Jackson's brigade, 2,208 strong, was drawn up three hundred yards in rear of Gladden, its left on the Bark road.
Chalmers's brigade was on Jackson's right, en echelon to Gladden's brigade, with its right on a fork of Lick Creek.
Clanton's cavalry was Jackson's right, en echelon to Gladden's brigade, with its right on a fork of Lick Creek.
Clanton's cavalry was in rear of Chalmers's, with pickets to the right and front.
In this order the division bivouacked.
General Bragg's left wing was made up of three brigades, under General D. Ruggles. Colonel R. L. Gibson commanded the right brigade, resting with his right on the Bark road.
Colonel Preston Pond commanded the left brigade, near Owl Creek, with an interval between him and Gibson.
About three hundred yards in the rear of these two brigades, opposite the interval, with his right and left flank