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e Fourteenth, Col. W. A. Forbes, 2,030 strong, was commanded by Brig.-Gen. Samuel R. Anderson, and constituted a part of Whiting's division of the reserve corps under the command of Maj.-Gen. G. W. Smith. On the 8th of May this brigade participatile the Confederate loss was but 8 killed and 32 wounded, a few of the latter belonging to the Tennessee brigade. General Whiting said: I take occasion to make my acknowledgments to Brigadier-General Anderson of Tennessee, who, arriving on the fiward was made lieutenant-colonel, and Capt. John A. Fite was made major. At 12:30 o'clock on the morning of May 31st, Whiting's, Hood's and Pettigrew's brigades were placed near the fork of the Nine-mile and New Bridge roads, Hatton's and Hamptonn reserve near Mrs. Christian's farm. Between 4 and 5 o'clock p. m. Longstreet opened the battle of Seven Pines. General Whiting was ordered to move his command by theNine-mile road to Longstreet's assistance, and as they came up they were at on