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n's Ford; Brig.-Gen. Longstreet's at Blackburn's Ford; Brig. Gen. Bonham's at Mitchell's Ford; Col. Cocke's at Ball's Ford, some three miles above; and Col. Evans, with a regiment and battalion, formeng the Valley of Bull Run, some two miles above the Bridge. Gen. Bee, who had been placed near Col. Cocke's position, Colonel Hampton, with his legion, and Col. Jackson, from a Point near General Bonhnded to these pressing duties, at the immediate scene of conflict, my eye was next directed to Col. Cocke's brigade, the nearest at hand. Hastening to his position, I desired him to lead his troops i's office from our left flank. the expected reinforcements appeared soon after. Colonel Cocke was than desired to lead his brigade into action to support the right of the troops engaged, conduct of Generals Bee, E. K. Smith, and Jackson, and of Colonels (commanding brigades) Evans, Cocke, Earley, and Elzey, and the courage and any fielding firmness of our patriotic volunteers. The