s's brigade, of Mahone's division, and some of Thomas's brigade were in Fort Gregg, and cheerfully ain Fort Gregg was composed of detachments from Thomas's, Lane's and Harris's brigades; the number from Thomas's brigade, as now remembered, being less than that from either of the other two.
The mostBattery Whitworth.
I have recently seen General Thomas, who says that some of his men were in For in general terms. I expected Generals Harris, Thomas and Walker to do the same, and that as we had Dam between Fort Gregg and Battery 45.
General Thomas authorizes me to state that he advanced witured lines and on the Plank road.
Lane's and Thomas's men were reformed — in all about six hundredy's line of battle. * * * * * The fragments of Thomas's and Lane's brigades were withdrawn. * * * * llerists did all the fighting that was done by Thomas's brigade and mine; and he does not hesitate twas nearer to Fort Gregg than either Harris or Thomas.
Who then was most likely to reach Fort Gregg