ront with a few guns.
At 5 P. M. received orders to hold Cockrell's brigade in readiness to move to the right of Loring.
PAt 10 A. M. they shelled my front without effect.
To-day Cockrell is held in reserve for General Hardee, and thus it always (Walker's division) gave way and let the enemy in behind Cockrell's skirmishers, and enabled them to gain the Latimer housethe spur of the mountain with great fury, and wounded General Cockrell, and put thirty-five of his men hors du combat.
Thn on the enemy, also at 11 P. M.
Yesterday Cockrell had fourteen men wounded.
All quiet this morning.
Durinms when a courier came to me about 9 o'clock and said General Cockrell wanted assistance, that his line had been attacked inwent immediately with the remainder of Ector's brigade to Cockrell, but on joining him found the Federal forces had been repulsed.
The assaulting column had struck Cockrell's works near the centre, recoiled under the fife, swung around into a stee