date embraced the Arkansas brigades of Fagan, McRae and Tappan (formerly Shaver's), and M. M. Pars. Snead, Price's adjutant-general: Parsons and McRae have encountered greater difficulties in passfollows: 1. Major-General Price, in command of McRae's and Parsons' brigades, will proceed by the bhill; but were always successfully repulsed by McRae and Parsons.
General McRae, finding that Parsthat his command in the battle was composed of McRae's Arkansas brigade—three regiments of infantry was to make the assault until the head of General McRae's column should reach its position on the g for General McRae to get into position. [General McRae was in position, but owing to the necessitd of self-exiled volunteers from Missouri, and McRae's of Arkansas conscripts, and General Price walso commend the excellent discipline which General McRae maintains at all times in his brigade; the which reflected upon the conduct of Brig.-Gen. Dandridge McRae, and that officer pursued the more r