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Edward Porter Alexander, Military memoirs of a Confederate: a critical narrative, Chapter 2: the battle of Bull Run (July, 1861) (search)
Early in reserve some 250 yards behind Longstreet. Cocke's brigade held Ball's Ford, and Evans with the 4th Sld was about 21,000, of whom about 5000 (Evans's and Cocke's commands) were too far to the left to be availabledelay the turning column, at the same time notifying Cocke, next on his right, of his movement. But he sent noe the bridge. Gen. Bee, who had been placed near Col. Cocke's position, Col. Hampton with his legion, and Colade was also coming. In order toward the right were Cocke, Bonham, Longstreet, and Early, south of the Run; Joapproached the field. Two incomplete regiments of Cocke's brigade, the 8th Va., of seven companies, and the on the north side of Bull Run, and the two moved on Cocke's brigade at Ball's Ford, —had it, in short, tried ae directing a reconnoissance at dawn by Bonham's and Cocke's brigades and infantry. At dawn next morning it (3 regiments)135770 Longstreet (4 regiments)21214 Cocke (3 2/2,regiments)23792104 Early (4 regiments)201176