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s wounded, shared the service of Breckinridge's division Saturday morning and evening, and in the final taking of the Federal breastworks.
The regiment went into battle 193 strong and lost 75.
But the main strength of Georgia in the right wing was in Gist's and Wilson's brigades of Walker's division.
This division, which also included Ector's brigade, was commanded by Gist, and the latter's brigade by Col. Peyton H. Colquitt.
Joined to Liddell's division— Govan's Arkansas brigade and Walthall's Mississippians —the reserve corps was formed, which was commanded by Maj.-Gen. W. H. T. Walker, one of Georgia's most valorous sons.
As before noted, Walker and his corps were on the Federal side of Chickamauga creek Friday night. Early next morning the battle was opened by the attack on Forrest and Wilson's Georgians and Ector's brigade, who were supporting him. Wilson's brigade was immediately under a destructive fire, to which it replied with such vigor as to break the enemy's first l